LKAB Minerals unveils Netherlands refractory recycling centre

By Liz Gyekye
Published: Thursday, 18 June 2015

The Swedish company is looking to appeal to businesses pursuing a green agenda and lower costs by offering them secondary raw materials from its new recycling centre.

Sweden-based manufacturing group LKAB Minerals has officially opened a refractory recycling centre in Moerdijk, the Netherlands, which will process a number of alumino-silicate and magnesia materials for the European market.

The recycling centre, which officially began operations at the end of May, took just seven months to build and will house...

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