Securing the supply of secondary & critical raw materials in the EU

FutuRaM will develop the Secondary Raw Materials knowledge base on the availability and recoverability of secondary raw materials (2RMs) within the European Union (EU), with a special focus on critical raw materials (CRMs). The project research will enable fact-based decision making for the recovery and use of 2RMs within and outside the EU, and disseminate the data generated via an accessible knowledge base developed in the project.

FutuRaM will focus on six waste streams:

  • batteries;
  • electrical and electronic equipment;
  • vehicles;
  • mining;
  • slags and ashes;
  • construction and demolition.

More information about this project can be found here.

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