Traceable metals

2018-05-07

The mining industry and RISE Research Institutes, in a joint effort, will try to develop digital solutions to track where and how metals are produced. The goal is to allow mining companies to compete through sustainability. This puts pressure on the global mining industry at the same time as it favours the Swedish mining industry.

The project, which started in early May and will last for a year, is funded by SIP STRIM. Read more about the project here (in Swedish).

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