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BASF forms European battery recycling pact

by Alex Scott
March 15, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 10

 

BASF, the mining firm Nornickel, and the clean energy company Fortum plan to establish a hub in Harjavalta, Finland, for recycling electric-car batteries. BASF intends to use cobalt, nickel, and other metals recovered using extraction processes developed by Fortum and Nornickel as feedstock for its planned lithium-ion battery materials facility in Harjavalta. Nornickel already mines nickel nearby.

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