Latrobe sources more feedstock, to begin BFS

LATROBE Magnesium has signed a deal to take another 320,000 tonnes of fly ash a year from Yallourn Energy to feed its planned $984 million magnesium plant in Victoria.

Latrobe sources more feedstock, to begin BFS Latrobe sources more feedstock, to begin BFS Latrobe sources more feedstock, to begin BFS Latrobe sources more feedstock, to begin BFS Latrobe sources more feedstock, to begin BFS

Touted as the most experimental and potentially cost-effective magnesium project currently being developed in Australia, the Latrobe project will produce magnesium from fly ash, a by-product of brown

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