Rio Tinto starts tellurium production at Kennecott
Student publication receives Taggart Best Paper Award
Flue dusts yield to simple leaching strategy for indium and copper
Rio Tinto achieves battery grade lithium production at Boron plant
A new method to recover In, Ga, and Ge from zinc smelting
Corby Anderson at Colorado School of Mines leads the CMI project "Recovery of critical materials as by-products"
Three tasks focus on cobalt, gallium, germanium, indium, and tellurium recovery from secondary industrial sources or deposits. There is limited, if any, domestic production of these key critical materials. There are U.S. operations and deposits that can serve as sources of these. National laboratory and industry partners are actively engaged to advance technological research and development leading to a domestic source of these materials.