Tetramer Joins Consortium for Rare Earth Technologies (CREaTe)

Tetramer is proud to announce our membership in the Consortium for Rare Earth Technologies (CREaTe), managed by Advanced Technology International (ATI)

CREaTe’s vision is to develop technologies for extracting, processing, reclaiming, and finding alternatives for Rare Earth Elements (REE) with improved economic feasibility and reduced environmental impact. By fostering collaboration among industry, academia, and government stakeholders, CREaTe aims to revolutionize the way we harness and employ REEs.

Tetramer is dedicated to contributing its expertise to the consortium’s efforts, working towards sustainable resource management and promoting U.S. Rare Earth Element Independence. CREaTe’s mission dovetails with Tetramer’s existing expertise in membranes and separation technologies as well as the current DOE-funded program developing filtration materials for the selective capture of contaminants and valuable metal ions from water. We look forward to building on the knowledge of this group as we continue our efforts in this area. Learn more about Tetramer’s ongoing program here.

"We are excited to be part of the CREaTe consortium to collaborate with other companies and research organizations on the latest technology developments and to help the US build its domestic REE supply chain to strengthen sustainable energy sourcing. That is something we can only achieve together."
Dr. Monika Mujkic
Senior Research Scientist

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