The green eldorado for asbestos mining waste
The Val-des-Sources and Thetford Mines regions may soon be able to benefit from the mine tailings left behind after a century of asbestos mining.
For the complete article: ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1839757/magnesium-val-des-sources-haldes-dechets-revenus
Minerals of the future in the Quebec and Chaudières-Appalaches regions: when innovation is the solution!
LA VITRINE - Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources
Québec has set the goal of becoming a leader in the production, processing and recycling of critical and strategic minerals. How to get there? By focusing on promising innovation that takes advantage of the most advanced technologies in the processing and transformation of minerals that have become essential to our daily lives. Who would do without his tablet and his cell phone? Since it is difficult to change our habits, let's change our ways of doing things instead! The Québec and Chaudières-Appalaches regions are onboard Québec's energy transition.
Reducing our carbon footprint
By Katerine Roy
The National Institut for Scientific Research (INRS) transforms CO2 into a raw material
To read the full article : www.ledevoir.com/societe/science/646287/faire-du-co-sub-2-sub-une-matiere-premiere
The ECO2 Project wins the “small business” category!
The entire ECO2 project team is proud to announce that our initiative has won the Circular Economy Initiative Award (small business category) presented by RECYC-QUÉBEC and Québec Circulaire!
Among 90 other applications, the ECO2 project was selected among the best circular economy initiatives in Quebec.
Circular economy: an innovative and ecological project in the Chaudière-Appalaches region
ECO2 Magnesia and 3R Mineral announce their strategic partnership for the production of the world's first environmentally friendly magnesium oxide.
More details in the press release below.
The Government of Quebec awards $2 million to the ECO2 Magnesia project
For a key engineering step leading towards the construction of a factory that will produce the world's first green magnesium oxide.
Québec City, June 18, 2021 – As part of the 25 initiatives selected by the Government of Quebec following the call for innovation and clean technology projects,
ECO2 Magnesia is proud to announce it has received a financial grant. The company is awarded $2 million for its mine tailings revalorization project that will create the world's first ecological magnesium oxide while reducing CO2 emissions at the same time.
For more information, please see the full press release below.