EESTech Inc. a specialist in mining and mineral process waste reclamation and remediation services, has today announced the signing of a collaborative development Agreement with Séché Environnement, a specialist in waste recovery, the circular economy, environmental services and low-carbon energy production, focused on the recycling of mineral process waste for the recovery and supply chain certainty of Critical Raw Materials forEuropean markets.
The European Commission, Circular Economy Action Plan (COM/2015/614), has identified a number of measures to facilitate the transition towards a low carbon circular economy. Several of these measures are focused on the provisioning of Critical Raw Materials (CRMs), that are of economic and national security importance to the EU.
Séché Environnement is based in France and has operations in Europe, Latin America and Southern Africa,with specific skills and experience in the decontamination and remediation of polluted industrial waste sites.
EESTech, Inc. a USA company with subsidiaries in, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, has developed world’s first process capabilities that deliver a paradigm shift in how millions of tons of mining and mineral process waste can be recycled to recover targeted resources of value, with all post process tailing being upgraded into inert sand products suitable for a variety of downstream applications.
Murray Bailey, CEO of EESTech, said, “we are pleased about the opportunity to work with Séché Environnement, the combined skills of both companies presents a unique opportunity to transform the waste liabilities of mining and mineral processing into resource reserves, with zero-waste and environmentally sustainable outcomes, resulting in an industry first low carbon circular economy.
Séché & EESTech have recognized that the CRM market in the European Union represents a significant opportunity in an emerging market driven by the global focus on the circular economy by turning waste into valuable resources. Both companies further recognize the opportunities that exist in Europe for the recycling of legacy waste sites, including landfills and mineral processing slag waste.
The companies intend that this collaborative project development will offer compelling solutions to Governments and organizations with liabilities associated with mineral processing waste, while at the same time meeting the objectives of the European Union to implement a Circular Economy Action Plan.
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