Eureka, MGX sign JV to extract lithium from waste water

By William Clarke
Published: Wednesday, 06 March 2019

Oil and gas drilling waste water, which is already a major source of iodine in the United States, could open up domestic lithium operations.

Eureka Resources has acquired technology to extract lithium from the waste water produced by oil and gas drillers in the United States.

Waste water from oil wells is often rich in minerals. According to the US Geological Survey, waste water...

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