Katanga Mining has suspended sales of 1472 tons of cobalt from Kamoto due to excessive levels of uranium in its cobalt concentrates and will now need to spend US$25 million on Ion Exchange tech that won’t be commissioned until Q2 2019

Posted by on November 6, 2018 5:16 pm
Categories: Cobalt

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As reported by Erie News Now, Katanga Mining has suspended sales of 1472 tons of cobalt from Kamoto due to excessive levels of uranium in its cobalt concentrates and will now need to spend US$25 million on Ion Exchange tech that won’t be commissioned until Q2 2019.

For more details, click here to read Erie News Now’s full article.


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