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Rio Tinto’s Jadar project in Serbia might go on referendum

Lithium Jadar project is designed to produce 55,000 mt/year of battery grade lithium carbonate -- for which global demand is growing in the electric...

Rio Tinto’s Jadarite mine in Serbia danger for the environment and population

At a protest against environmental damage in Serbia, the Dean of the Faculty of Forestry, Ratko Ristic, drew attention to the danger posed by...

Jadar Resources exploring lithium at seven locations in Serbia

With the already existing three mining licenses, Australian company “Jadar Resources” received a license for mining research at four more locations in Serbia, so,...

Rio Tinto lithium mine in Serbia and ICT metal mining case study

The Jadar River and its alluvial plain, together with upstream tributaries and streams near the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, are one of the...

Rio Tinto is ecological catastrophe for Serbian citizens

Activists of several associations of citizens and environmental groups submitted a petition to Prime Minister Ana Brnabic with more than 32,000 signatures against the...

Large scale lithium and borate mineralisation in Rekovac, Serbia identified by Jadar Resource

Jadar Resource Limited drilled 8 km widely spaced holes which intersect borate and lithium mineralisation, suggesting a potential for a large-scale mineralisation system. Serbian...

Highly promising boron and lithium deposits detected near Jagodina in Serbia

The Jadar Resources company drilled two maiden holes for a total of 1238.1 metres at the Rekovac lithium and borate project in Serbia and...

Rio Tinto Jadar Lithium project, exploitation environment impacts

Lithium borate reserves at the site near Loznica have been estimated roughly at 135 million tons. Vladimir Simic, a professor at the Faculty of...

Rio Tinto invests $200 mln in Serbia’s Jadar lithium project exploration

British-Australian mining group Rio Tinto has so far invested $200 million (181.5 million euro) in the exploration of the Jadar lithium borate project in Serbia...
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