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University of Birmingham launches pilot recycling plant

The University of Birmingham has launched a pilot recycling plant for rare earth magnets, with a complete re-manufacturing process.

The University of Birmingham moves to pilot scale for rare earths metal recycling process.

The University of Birmingham moves to pilot scale for rare earths metal recycling process.

The plant will recycle magnets used in end-of-life electric motors, electronic waste and components, and extract neodymium, iron, and boron contained in these electronics. The plant will then transform...

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