China bids to replace toxic materials with rare earths

By Albert Li
Published: Monday, 16 January 2017

Two rare earth products have been recommended by the Chinese government as possible replacements for hazardous materials in industrial processes.

China is promoting the adoption of rare earth products across a number of industries with the inclusion of rare earth products in its replacement list for toxic and hazardous source materials released in the last week of 2016.

Two rare earth products were included the 2016 edition of the list...

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