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Large investment in pilot plants for phosphorus recovery in Sweden

As stated in a press release, the formerly announced collaboration on phosphorus recovery between the environmental company Ragn-Sells and the state owned mining company LKAB is now taking the next step. LKAB will invest SEK 45 million in the continued feasibility study and pilot facilities in Malmfälten and Uppsala, Sweden.

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The formerly announced collaboration on phosphorus recovery between the environmental company Ragn-Sells and the state owned mining company LKAB is now taking the next step. LKAB will invest SEK 45 million in the continued feasibility study and pilot facilities in Malmfälten and Uppsala, Sweden.

The collaboration between Ragn-Sells and LKAB for the extraction of valuable minerals from mining waste began in the autumn of 2018. Laboratory tests have been conducted and show that the patented KMAP technology can produce more phosphorus and rare earth metals from LKAB’s mining waste than expected.

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