Raw materials in cars
And where do these raw materials end up? At the junkyard. Some see it as a great waste. Because recycling is not given too much attention in the case of electronic scrap and the scrapping of vehicles. In our highly technological world, we cannot do without these raw materials and technologies, which are increasingly finding their way into our daily lives.
An investigation at the Technical University Chalmers in Gothenburg found out that the roads are full of rolling raw material treasure chests. Lightweight components, catalytic converters and electronic components are increasingly being used.
New technologies are also being used in the mining industry, which extracts the necessary raw materials from the ground. For example, trucks with capacities of several hundred tons, which can already work autonomously.
A lot of copper remains unused during scrapping. Mining companies must deliver supplies. This also includes Copper Mountain Mining, a successful copper company. The company owns 75 percent of the Copper Montain copper mine in British Columbia. Following a plant expansion, this mine will supply an average of 116 million pounds of copper equivalent per year and will have a lifetime of 26 years. Copper Mountain Mining also owns the ready-to-develop and already approved Eva Copper Project in Queensland, Australia and the nearby Cameron Copper Project, which is still in the exploration stage.
In Peru, the exploration company Auryn Resources is also focusing on copper with its Sombrero project. The grades found to date range from 0.57 to 1.53 percent copper equivalent values indicating a large copper-gold discovery.
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