University of Queensland collaboration

Zeotech Limited

Our core purpose is to create shareholder wealth by leveraging novel and proprietary technology for the low-cost production of  ‘synthetic zeolites’ to drive industry partnerships and deliver future production of these advanced materials.

A public company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX:ZEO)

Zeotech has partnered with the University of Queensland School of Chemical Engineering to develop and commercialise proprietary mineral processing technology that consumes kaolin or suitable mine tailings / process residues to produce high value zeolites. The technology provides opportunities to monetise broader applications of synthetic zeolites by potentially offering a more cost efficient manufacturing process than conventional methods.

We aspire to improving environmental outcomes by continuing to build on the potential of our zeolite mineral processing technology to be applied as a commercial remediation solution for suitable mine tailings / process residues, by utilising tail streams as feedstock and further developing a range of environmental management solutions.

One of our aims is to develop economically viable commercial carbon capture/conversion technologies to support Australia’s emissions reduction strategy.

Zeotech’s partnership with the University of Queensland provides the Company with a robust scientific and technical capability, which underpins continued research and new product development. 

The Company is developing innovative environmental management solutions for a sustainable future – these include cleantech for lithium refinery residue tailings and economically viable carbon capture and conversion solutions.

Synthetic Zeolite
Mineral Processing Technology


Before lithium process residue

Lithium slag - Zeolite Minerals

After zeolite LTA (Linde Type A)

Zeotech - Zeolite Minerals

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