ReElement's metal recovery platform takes conventional recycling to the next step and closes the loop on the circular economy by recovering all critical metals back to magnet and battery-grade quality.INVEST WITH US
ReElement produces battery-grade lithium carbonate at greater than 99.9% purity from recycled batteries using our proprietary multi-modal chromatography technology.
USA Rare Earth and ReElement Technologies sign MOU to rebuild the domestic permanent magnet supply chain using rare earth elements recovered from recycled materials, supplied by ReElement. USA Rare Earth will begin operations at their commercial permanent magnet manufacturing facility in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
ReElement successfully completes the world's first critical metal recovery by separating and purifying Neodymium, Praseodymium, and Dysprosium at 99.9% purity from wind turbine permanent magnets acquired from BP Alternative.
Company begins build-out of metal recovery pilot facility in Noblesville, Indiana, with the supervision of former Eli Liliy chromatography expert, William E. Smith.
ReElement Technologies, known at that time as "American Rare Earth," begins partnership with Purdue University's, Dr. Linda Wang, PhD, to develop and commercialize rare earth and critical materials separation and purification technology using column chromatography.
Partnership was formed with Dr. Geraldine Botte, PhD, to develop and commercialize her technology to leverage coal electrolysis as a method to generate hydrogen, liquid fuels, and advance carbon nanotubes.
ReElement was born from the need to steward the environment surrounding coal mining projects. Ongoing testing and monitoring of the coal waste streams revealed a non-trivial quantity of valuable rare earth elements present. Our founders sought out creative methods to recover these metals rather than dispose of them in the treatment process. From that research, American Rare Earth, later renamed ReElement Technologies, was born.