Ragn-Sells innovation company EasyMining, attended on Wednesday, a symbolic signing in Tokyo with the global cleantech giant Hitachi Zosen Inova regarding their new licensing agreement. The signing ceremony took place in conjunction with a sustainability summit arranged by the Swedish trade and invest council, Business Sweden.
The agreement between EasyMining and Hitachi Zosen Inova allows incinerators in 12 countries where Hitachi Zosen Inova is a licensee to apply the Ash2Salt technology for recovering commercial salts from fly ash.
The signing ceremony in Tokyo took place in conjunction with a sustainability summit arranged by the Swedish trade and invest council, Business Sweden, and was attended by Sweden’s Ambassador for Japan, Mr. Pereric Högberg, and Japan’s Deputy Minister of the Environment, Mr. Tokutaro Nakai, as well as representatives from the business community.
This ceremonial signing also marks the beginning of EasyMining’s participation at the UN COP26 climate summit, taking place in Glasgow in November.
– We are proud that a large and reputable company like Hitachi Zosen Inova sees the potential in offering the Ash2Salt technology wherever they operate. Now we look forward to participating at COP26 in Glasgow, inspiring the world’s decision makers to make it easier and more profitable for businesses to use recycled materials, says Jan Svärd, CEO of EasyMining.
Link to EasyMining’s press release.
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