We are backed by industry leaders.

Our proven technology


Enables the extraction of previously trapped copper resources


Has been successfully implemented in low capex, high return projects


Extends the life of existing mines by creating new mineral reserves that can be processed using spare capacity of existing infrastructure


Reduces the environmental impact of copper production, cutting emissions of CO2, SOx and NOx by 40%, 70% and 70% respectively and using less than half the water of pyrometallurgical approaches 1


Protects jobs and communities that are dependent on the continued operation of historic mines


Vast total addressable copper market and significant first mover advantage

1 National Technical University of Athens. Ship emissions study, Laboratory for Maritime Transport. 2008 2) Arctic Climate Change Economy and Society. Project No. 265863. D 2.42 - Calculation of fuel consumption per mile for various ship types and ice conditions in past, present and in future. 2014 3) Barry Leonard. Copper, technology & competitiveness. Chapter 7. Energy Use in the Copper Industry. 1988 4) USGS. Estimates of Electricity Requirements for the Recovery of Mineral Commodities, with Examples Applied to Sub-Saharan Africa. 2011 4) Claudia A. Peña, Mark A. J. Huijbregts. The Blue Water Footprint of Primary Copper Production in Northern Chile. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 2013