NetZero Metals updates on two processing facilities

NetZero Metals Inc. (NetZero Metals) provided an update on the progress of engineering studies for two processing facilities – a nickel processing facility and a stainless steel and alloy production facility – in the Timmins Nickel District.

Key engineering contracts for the facilities have been awarded to SMS group (SMS), Metso and Ausenco Engineering Canada ULC (Ausenco).

NetZero Metals is advancing design work to develop two processing facilities to fill a critical link in the development of North American critical minerals supply chains and the province’s electric vehicle strategy. Each production facility is expected to utilize Canada Nickel’s carbon storage capacity at its Crawford Nickel Project to deliver net zero carbon nickel and stainless steel and alloy production through capture of the CO2 emissions from the downstream operation. The studies are progressing well and completion of feasibility studies remains targeted for year-end.

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