RECYCALYSE attends the Special Metals Expert Committee organised by GDMB.
From September 22 to September 23, the Special Metals Expert Committee counted on the presence of RECYCALYSE project.
The session was organised by the GDMB and the topics were revolving around the increasing use of special and precious metals and their importance in terms of raw material deposits and their extraction, areas of application, recycling and refining processes.
There, Lesia Sandig-Predzymirska, from TU Bergakademie Freiberg, showcased RECYCALYSE, in the framework of recovery of platinum group metals from end-of-life PEM electrolyzers where she introduced the objectives, impacts and methodology behind the project.
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