EcoGraf has developed a unique purification process that manufactures high purity spherical graphite for lithium-ion battery market.

The environmentally responsible purification process eliminates the application of toxic and expensive hydrofluoric acid, which is currently used by existing spherical graphite producers in China.

The internationally patented HFfree™ purification process is capable of consistently and cost effectively producing high purity spherical graphite products to the high quality standards demanded by anode and battery manufacturers.


  • Environmentally sustainable, Eco-friendly and sector leading E.S.G credentials
  • Equator Principles development model, satisfying a International Finance Corporation Performance Standards and World Bank Group Environmental, Health & Safety Guidelines
  • Supports ethical battery mineral supply chain, which battery and anode producers are actively seeking
    Carbon (CO2) footprint, performance and durability labelling
  • Enhances Australia’s strong reputation as a reliable supplier of high-quality industrial products
  • The proprietary purification process has now been successfully applied to recycling of both ‘production scrap’ and ‘black mass’ materials

High growth battery anode graphite market forecast to expand by an annual growth rate of 31.5% over the next decade

Mine-to-market ESG supply chain assurance

All EcoGraf products produced at our Battery Anode Material facilities are ‘responsibly made’, adopting ESG goals in line with EU environmental standards.

EcoGraf’s commitment to sustainability is shown through both how we make our products and operate our facilities. Strict standards environmental performance at all EcoGraf’s state-of-the-art facilities will have a fully implemented Environmental Management System covering a wide range of categories, including:

  • Identifying and eliminating energy and water loss
  • Water treatment producing demineralised water as required for the HFfree purification process;
  • Minimising emissions by optimising renewable energy
  • Wastewater system in accordance with the appropriate EU environmental standards;
  • Optimising operations efficiency and reducing resource waste
  • Process and Resource waste management including fostering a ‘zero waste’ approach
  • Dust and gaseous emission levels in accordance with the appropriate EU environmental standards
  • No sulphur emissions
  • Adopting a circular economy and green products