Lepidico is a global lithium exploration and development company with offices in Perth and Toronto. Differentiated by its 100% owned clean-tech L-Max®process technology that extracts lithium and recovers valuable by-products from less contested lithium-mica and phosphate minerals. Lepidico’s strategic objective is to become a vertically integrated business, from mine to production of battery grade lithium chemical.
In a relatively short period of time, Lepidico has established a global footprint in lithium via projects, joint ventures and alliances in Australia, Canada and Portugal. The Company’s shares are traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and also on German stock exchanges.
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