US Rare Earth Salts to separate rare earths for a mining major

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Friday, 31 October 2014

Following the agreement with a major mining company to produce rare earths from its deposits, US-based junior Rare Earth Salts is ready to construct a pilot plant to demonstrate the feasibility of its new process, which it claims has a is higher environmental benefit and lower costs compared with traditional methods. If successful, this could represent a game changer in the rare earths industry.

US-based junior company Rare Earth Salts (RES) has signed a joint development agreement with one of the ten largest mining companies in the world to process rare earths from the company’s deposits.

Through this agreement, RES said it aims to demonstrate the scalability and, ultimately, the feasibility of its...

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