WHAT IS OUR EDGE?
Hear Kiril Mugerman discuss the advantages of Géoméga:
“WE ARE STARTING WITH THE BEST FEED OUT THERE, THE MAGNETS.”
Is our rare earths recycling competitive with China?
HIGH DEMAND, HIGH PRICE RARE EARTHS
Kiril Mugerman at PDAC 2019, “… light rare earths, heavy rare earths, mixed rare earths, or critical rare earths — I’m introducing here a slightly different term. In the mining industry, we always have to be in the industry of making money.
We want to focus on the highest price and the highest demand material, which in this case is neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium, and terbium.
“These are the HHREE.”
Contact us to learn about our ISR methods. Are they “selective”? Why does it work with recyclable material? Can we try our process with your material?
"... largest in Canada..."
Kiril Mugerman, 2019
“If we go about what GeoMegA is today, then we have a rare-earth processing technology developed by our private subsidiary INNORD and we also have Montviel, which is a 43-101 large resource of a carbonatite-bastnasite. It is the largest in Canada…”
“… this technology starts with magnets, but there are other feeds that are using rare earth elements today which are not being recycled because nobody has the technology! We are looking to apply ISR to other rare earth feeds…” Cambridge House, 2019-11.
The Montviel Rare Earth Project.