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Glencore, the world’s largest cobalt producer, and Moroccan mining group Managem are planning to produce cobalt, nickel hydroxide and lithium carbonate from recycled materials in Morocco. Under a partnership announced on Wednesday, Managem’s CTT Hydrometallurgical Refinery at Guemssa, roughly 37 kilometres from Marrakech, will process black mass supplied by Glencore. Black mass is a refinery feed made from recycled lithium-ion batteries. The plan is …
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