Coal-Based REEs Could Produce A Modern Day “Gold Rush” in the USA

As global demand for rare-earth elements grows, the U.S. Department of Energy is investing millions of dollars to secure a potentially sustainable domestic source of these commercially critical elements from coal and coal waste products.The agency is funding more than 30 projects in this area, including work to characterize rare earths in various coal-based materials, such as coal ash, refuse rock from a coal preparation plant, acid mine drainage treatment sludge, and young lignitic coal.

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From Coal, A New Source Of Rare Earths

As global demand for rare-earth elements grows, the U.S. Department of Energy is investing millions of dollars to secure a potentially sustainable domestic source of these commercially critical elements from coal and coal waste products.

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Will Scarlet Rare Earth Elements Mine Tour Videos From IMUMR China Delegation May 2018

During the last week of May 2018, a delegation from Institute of Multipurpose Utilization of Mineral Resources in China visited the Will Scarlet rare earth elements mine in Southern Illinois.

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IMUMR Meets with Lead Shareholder For Will Scarlet Rare Earth Elements Mine in Boston

Chairman Hu and the IMUMR delegation visiting from China met with Jason McCoy, the lead shareholder for Will Scarlet rare earth elements mine, in Boston, Massachusetts in May 2018.

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