We Are ChemX Materials

ChemX Materials (ASX:CMX) is an ASX-listed critical materials company developing innovative processing technology to produce high purity alumina for advanced technology and clean energy applications.

ChemX Materials’ 100% owned, Australian patented HiPurA® process technology offers a low cost and energy intensity production method to produce high purity alumina (HPA).

HPA is used in advanced technology and clean energy applications including lithium-ion batteries, LEDs, semiconductors, smart watches, iPhones and laptop screens.

ChemX Materials has demonstrated HiPurA® can produce above 4N (99.99%) pure high purity alumina at micro plant scale. Following this success, ChemX Materials is rapidly progressing the commercialisation of HiPurA® through the construction of a 24 tpa pilot plant that is targeted for early-stage commissioning in the June Quarter 2024.

Board of Directors

The ChemX board has a diverse range of skills and experience in the markets it is targeting, corporate governance and acquisitions. Their skill set will ensue successful execution of the company’s strategy.

Warrick Hazeldine


Stephen Strubel

Executive Director & Company Secretary

Alwyn Vorster

Non-Executive Director

Peter Lee

Chief Executive Officer

Management Team

The development and commercialisation of new materials and processes is centred on R&D. This is where our key advisors excel in.

David Leavy

Marketing Strategy

Dr Nicholas Welham PhD

Research & Scientific Advisor

Corporate Governance

The Board of ChemX Materials has adopted a collection of key corporate governance policies and procedures to ensure that it has an appropriate corporate governance structure outlined. The Board is committed to safeguarding investor confidence in the operations of the company and in upholding the highest standards of corporate governance in the performance of their duties.

The full suite of the Company’s corporate governance policies and procedures are available to download below.

Corporate Governance Policies