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Eurobattery Minerals AB initiates environmental permit application process for Hautalampi battery mineral project

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Eurobattery Minerals AB has unveiled its plans regarding the environmental permit application process for the Hautalampi battery mineral project.

The company is set to submit the environmental permit application to the Finnish Environmental Authority, followed by a scheduled meeting with the agency in mid-April. Post the April meeting, Eurobattery Minerals will adhere to the instructions and procedural steps outlined by the Finnish Authority.

CEO of Eurobattery Minerals, Roberto García Martínez, expressed anticipation about submitting the environmental permit application and emphasized the company’s commitment to collaborating with the authorities to facilitate a smooth and efficient process.

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Eurobattery Minerals AB is a Swedish mining entity listed on the Swedish Nordic Growth Market (BAT) and the German Börse Stuttgart (EBM). Dedicated to fostering Europe’s self-sufficiency in responsibly sourced battery minerals, the company is focused on advancing various nickel-cobalt-copper projects across Europe. These initiatives aim to supply critical raw materials, thereby contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable future.

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