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By Shane Lasley
Metal Tech News 

FPX Nickel looks beyond net-zero carbon

Tests show BC nickel mine may absorb more CO2 than it emits Metal Tech News – June 1, 2022


Last updated 7/12/2022 at 2:07pm

Tube filled with reactive tailings material being injected with CO2 exhaust.

Eric Wynands

Potential carbon-capturing tailings material being injected with simulated powerplant exhaust during testing in a laboratory at the University of British Columbia.

Recent lab tests carried out by researchers from the University of British Columbia indicate that a nickel mine at FPX Nickel Corp.'s Baptiste project in central British Columbia could absorb more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than the CO2 that would be emitted to dig up and extract this critical ingredient of the lithium-ion batteries going into electric vehicles, home electronics, cordle...

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