access to Raw Materials is crucial
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CRITICAL RAW MATERIALS
Reliable and unhindered access to certain Raw Materials is a growing concern within the European Union and across the globe.
To address this problem, the European Commission has created a list of Critical Raw Materials (CRMs) for the EU.
Circular Industries is dedicated to fight the Raw Materials scarcity and dependency problem and to take the lead in this.
METALS USED BY EUROPEAN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
Metal powders are used in a wide range of industries across Europe. For example car manufacturers use Tin (Sn) powder for spray-on applications for corrosion resistance and magnet manufacturers use Sn for high-powered magnets. Powders are also useful in any application where high surface areas are desired, such as fuel cells for electric vehicles and solar applications.
We would like to get in touch with manufacturing companies that want to purchase our metal powders or Copper sheets, so we can discuss the required specifications and volumes.
BUYERS OF (CRITICAL) RAW MATERIALS:
it’s now time for sustainable purchasing!
CRITICAL RAW MATERIALS LIST FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION
All materials vital to the EU’s economy and industry are imported from countries outside the EU.
The main parameters, used to determine the criticality of the material for the EU, are economic importance and supply risk. In 2017, this resulted in a list of 27 elements/groups/compounds.
Circular Industries can recover at least 12 of the listed elements from Printed Circuit Boards.
HREEs (Dy, Er, Gd, Ho, Lu, Sc, Tb, Tm, Y, Yb)
LREEs (Ce, Eu, La, Nd, Pr, Sm)
PGMs (Ir, Os, Pd, Pt, Rh, Ru)
Silicon metal (Si)
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