An environmentally-friendly alternative to cyanide
On this segment of Power Shift, we speak with EnviroLeach Technologies and find out more about a safer material for metal and e-waste recovery.
New EnviroLeach process poised to transform metals extraction as we know it
“EnviroLeach Technologies is a company that recovers precious metals from ores, concentrates and e-waste using environmentally friendly technologies. We can literally change the mining industry today, as cyanide did a century ago,”
Metals recovery method comes to the US
Vancouver, British Columbia-based EnviroLeach will start up its first full-scale North American processing facility in a facility in Memphis. It will have an initial five-tons-per-day processing capacity, expandable to 10 tons. Company CEO Duane Nelson said there will be no shortage of printed circuit boards as feedstock.
Jabil Achieves Electronics Recycling Certifications
Jabil Inc. (NYSE:JBL) announced today that its Environmental Technologies business unit achieved Responsible Recycling (R2) and Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS) certifications for the company’s electronics waste recycling and recovery facility located in Memphis, Tenn.
The Future of Mining: Urban Mining
Technical analyst Clive Maund of CliveMaund.com profiles a company that has developed a pollution-free process for extracting gold and base metals from E-waste.
An Update on the Future of Mining – Urban Mining
The latest news on Enviroleach sounds very positive indeed; Enviroleach has submitted for “Innovation of the Year” at the Mining Disruption Conference contest, where the prize is a million dollars, and the company feels that it is a very strong contender.