The Consolidation & Secondary Refining of Minor Metal Revert in Support of Circular Economy Recycling

23 Sep 2021
Energy and Materials Theatre

Raw material demand for metals is expected to increase three-fold by 2050. Both governments and businesses need to face this challenge head on, to ensure a supply of resources for their needs. Life cycle optimisation is crucial, in which metals will be central to any strategy for a sustainable future. Metals are infinitely recyclable and can be used as part of a circular economy. Minor metals have recycling loops of high economic value, which includes the recycling of high value alloys and the recovery of molybdenum, tungsten and niobium. We provide technically advanced consolidation melting and secondary refining of minor metals for third parties.

Bernard Goodwin, Managing Director - Goodwin Alloy Products
Minor Metals Trade Association