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Lithium Australia Ltd (‘the Company’) is an Australian based company with operations and offices in Melbourne, Victoria (recycling); Brisbane, Queensland (battery materials) and Perth (Head Office).
Lithium Australia is an Australian Stock Exchange listed Company (ASX:LIT) with passionate people delivering customer focused solutions for the lithium-ion circular battery materials industry that will accelerate global electrification.
We will do this through lithium-ion battery recycling, development of leading-edge cathode active materials for e-mobility and energy storage applications, and through the development of other novel technology solutions, such as the lithium extractive processing technology LieNA®.
Our values ground our thinking and approach. Our people’s capability is at the heart of our success. They are focussed on creating a safe and inclusive work environment, work with a people centred approach to building meaningful partnerships, and actively respect and trust one another. All with the aim to deliver creative technology solutions to improve sustainability and help decarbonise the world.
Lithium Australia has three vertically integrated business divisions.
Safe, efficient recovery of critical minerals from end-of-life batteries (especially lithium-ion batteries) by 100% Company-owned subsidiary Envirostream Australia, for use in the production of new lithium-ion batteries in partnership with Company-owned subsidiary VSPC.
Use of those primary battery chemicals in the production of advanced cathode materials – in particular lithium ferro phosphate (‘LFP’) and lithium manganese ferro phosphate (‘LFMP’) – for lithium-ion batteries, via 100% Company-owned subsidiary VSPC.
Energy-efficient recovery of lithium from spodumene that is discarded by traditional lithiumchemical conversion, as well as mine waste, via LieNA® and SiLeach® (both patented processing technologies) to create primary battery chemicals.
In summary, through research and innovation the Company has vertically integrated lithium extraction and processing, along with battery materials manufacture and spent-battery recycling, in its quest for an ethical and sustainable circular battery economy and, ultimately, a net-zero world.