Today’s waste becomes tomorrow’s resources
Recycling and innovation supplies “Critical Raw Materials” from a European source, for use in green technology and food production. Learn more about the ReeMAP project.
Renewable energy and hydrogen enable emission savings up to the equivalent of 1% of Sweden’s total emissions. Learn more about the processes.
ReeMAP Industrial Park
A high-tech cluster is created that brings academia and industry together to develop tomorrow’s resource solutions. Learn more about the investment, jobs and value creation.
The mine, the food and the environment
“It’s a matter of achieving a sustainable raw-materials or materials supply. Here, ReeMAP is a good example,” says the national coordinator for Fossil Free Sweden, Svante Axelsson.
17 December 2020
Fossil-free mineral fertilizer vital for agriculture
”Input materials are an important part of the striving towards fossil-free agriculture. Lifecycle analyses of one kilo of wheat show that as much as a third of the carbon-dioxide footprint comes from mineral fertilizer,” explains Claes Johansson, Lantmännen’s head of sustainable development.
14 October 2020
LKAB plans a fossil-free industrial park for recycling mine waste and producing critical raw materials
In the ReeMAP project, of which the aim is to develop technology for recycling mine waste, LKAB also plans to produce input materials, including hydrogen, and to electrify processes and thereby virtually eliminate carbon dioxide emissions in mine-waste recycling.
28 September 2020
New methods for recovering critical raw materials
The prestudy for LKAB’s project will now continue with an assessment and comparison of several possible production technologies and partners.
13 January 2020