Altilium Metals receives Third party verification from The University of Plymouth, UK that it’s Electric Vehicle Battery Recycling Process is fit for purpose commercially and can recovery over 95% of critical metals Nickel, Cobalt and Manganese from a typical spent cathode

The University of Plymouth is a leading UK University and is ranked among world’s top 25 in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings. It has verified independently that the Altiltech process to recycle end-of-life lithium-ion batteries is suitable for commercial use and can recover greater than 95% of valuable cathode metals. The Altilitech recycling process…

Altilium Metals has fixed an exclusive off-take with PT Soe Makmur Resources for 138,000 MT high-grade Manganese ore in 2022 with and option for equity investment into the mine

PT Soe Makmur Resources is a 2000 ha Manganese mine in same region of PT Mandala Erakovic in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Altilium Metals has fixed an exclusive off-take in 2022, with 3,000 MT to be supplied Q1 2022 and then 15,000 MT of Manganese ore per month for the balance of 2022. Altilium Metals…

PT Mandala Erakovic completes a 300 MT delivery to PT Ecomet Resources with an average ore grade greater than 50% Manganese making it one of highest grade deposits in the world

PT Mandala Erakovic is a 1000 ha mine in the Manumean region of East Nussa Tenggar, Indonesia and is owned and operated by Altilium Metals. The assay recorded in this latest shipment of 51% is reflective of a high-grade ore deposit and amongst the highest grade globally. The standard grade of Manganese in the seaborne…

Altilium Metals has commenced commercial and engineering studies for processing of end-of-life consumer electronic batteries at its Medet SX-EW Plant in Europe

Altilium Metals holds a multiyear concession agreement to extract minerals from Medet tailings and a Solvent Extraction-Electro Winning Plant (SX-EW) in the Pirdop region of Bulgaria. It plans to process 50 MT per month of consumer battery waste collected for smart phones and personal consumer electronics, recovering at least 6 MT of nickel metal, 10…