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15 May

Pennsylvania wastewater holds 40% of US lithium demand: study

Wastewater from fracking in Pennsylvania could supply 38-40% of the total US lithium consumption, according to research from the US’ National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL). Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, is a process used to produce oil and gas through the injection of specialised fluid (water) into rock cracks. “Typically, produced water is transported via a network of pipelines to a central facility where it is minimally treated to remove …
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