Materials to bring forward the net-zero future.

Materials with an impact,
not a footprint

Until now the carbon cost of the materials required to scale clean energy storage, sustainable infrastructure and CO2 removal has acted as a drag on the net-zero transition.

Atlas technology makes materials climate positive. We create the vital building blocks of the energy transition while capturing CO2 from the atmosphere. 

Our unique process uses abundant minerals and renewable electricity to deliver industrial metals for batteries, construction materials, chemicals and carbon capture compounds with a negative carbon footprint, bringing net-zero closer.

Zero scope 1 and 2 emissions

Atlas powers its processes with renewable electricity and sources ore from ESG-compliant mines.

Removes atmospheric CO2

Through a direct air capture process, Atlas removes more than 5 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere per ton of nickel.

Made in North America

The Atlas processing plant will increase the resilience of the local battery supply chain and create a reliable source of employment in clean manufacturing.

Atlas Nickel

We unlock the valuable nickel in saprolite ores for battery manufacturing. Whereas traditional nickel has a footprint of 13tCO2e per ton, our industry standard Nickel Mixed Hydroxide Precipitate removes more than 5 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere for each ton of nickel produced.

Atlas Silica

Our cementitious Silica is a drop-in replacement for up to 30% of ordinary Portland cement mixes at a fraction of the cost and with huge savings in embodied carbon for new buildings.

Atlas Sorbents

Atlas Magnesium Hydroxide is 98%+ pure and highly reactive – ideal for flue gas desulfurization and other environmental applications.

Gigatons of annual atmospheric carbon removal by 2050

Atlas production involves a form of enhanced weathering, an engineered approach to multiply nature’s way of removing CO2 from the atmosphere. By removing billions of tonnes of atmospheric carbon annually, Atlas aims to help limit global warming to 1.5C.