American Resources Corporation Hires Industry Expert for Rare Earth Element Collection and Analysis
Rodney Campbell brings cutting-edge expertise to assist the company’s capture process and technologies in the analysis of controlled rare earth element (REE) feedstocks
FISHERMEN, IN / ACCESSWIRE / September 17, 2021 / American Resources Corporation (NASDAQ: AREC) (“American Resources” or the “Company”), a next-generation and socially responsible supplier of raw materials to the emerging infrastructure market, today announced it has hired Rodney Campbell, President and founder of Advanced Minerals. , Inc., to direct and assist in the collection and analysis of the Company’s controlled REE and carbon-based feedstocks. Mr. Campbell will focus on the refining and advancing the sampling, handling and analysis of REE feedstocks from Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) and Coal Processing Waste Streams. the company, in conjunction with the American Resources-sponsored research partnership with Penn State University.
Mark Jensen, CEO of American Resources Corporation, commented, “As we continue to execute our American Rare Earth business plan and commercialize our process chain, we are encouraged by the opportunities we see to create and foster. a sustainable supply chain of scarce products. earth and critical minerals using the most environmentally friendly methods ever developed. Our “Capture” technology will allow us to use solution-based innovation to offset current costs by collecting rare earth metals while we process carbon and treat existing coal waste streams. When combined with the balance of our process chain, “Process” and “Purify”, we bring a practical and comprehensive approach to create a national and sustainable supply chain of these increasingly important raw materials. be marketed when combined with “Byproduct Economics”. Rodney’s commitment, along with his industry-leading expertise, will allow us to advance our capture process more efficiently. “
Mr. Campbell brings over 40 years of mineral analysis experience, including regional leadership roles with SGS and Mineral Labs, Inc. At SGS, he was Vice President of Appalachian Operations as well as International Sales in Australia. and in India. At Mineral Labs, Rodney oversaw lab quality, sales and marketing, and provided research and development for the sampling of rare earth elements and other minerals. Mr. Campbell has known and worked with American Resources Corporation for several years in his previous role, and recently launched his own consulting firm, Advanced Minerals, Inc.
Mr. Campbell added, “This is a very exciting time to help American Resources as it continues to drive innovation in its industry and meet the demands of the evolving infrastructure market. Their rare earth elements division, American Rare Earth, provides viable solutions to meet the supply chain and environmental challenges we face. I look forward to working with them to continue to achieve their goals. “
American Resources continues to focus on effectively managing lean operations by being a new supplier of raw materials to the infrastructure and electrification market in the most sustainable way possible. By operating with low or no legacy costs and having one of the largest and most innovative growth pipelines in the industry, American Resources Corporation strives to maximize value for its investors by positioning its broad base assets to better adapt to a new generation economy, while being able to develop its operations to respond to the growth of the markets it serves.
About American Resources Corporation
American Resources Corporation is a next-generation, environmentally and socially responsible supplier of high-quality raw materials for the emerging infrastructure market. The Company focuses on the extraction and processing of metallurgical carbon, an essential ingredient used in the manufacture of steel, critical minerals and rare earths for the electrification market, and reprocessed metal for recycling. American Resources has a growing portfolio of operations located in the central Appalachian Basin of eastern Kentucky and southern West Virginia, where premium metallurgical carbon and rare earth deposits are concentrated.
American Resources has implemented an agile, low-cost, growth-centric business model that offers a significant opportunity to expand its asset portfolio to meet growing global infrastructure and electrification markets while continuing to acquire operations and significantly reduce their legacy industrial risks. Its streamlined and efficient operations are able to maximize margins while reducing costs. For more information, visit americanresourcescorp.com or connect with the company on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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