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Hydromet group at BATCircle Seminar in Pori 3.9.2019

Mari Lundström

The first BATCircle Seminar was held in University Consortium of Pori on 3.9.2019 in Pori, Finland. Around 80 participants attended the Seminar from research organizations and companies with activities in battery related business. The day was filled with presentations from researchers and company representatives with topics in the battery value chain from the sustainable raw materials (Finnish Minerals Group) and lithium (Keliber) to graphite (Fennoscandian Resources). Other topics included the recycling of LIB (Crisolteq and Fortum), technology providers perspective (Outotec) and BASF's new business development in Finland. More information about the Seminar along with the presentations can be found on the BATCircle website at www.batcircle.fi

 

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