Month: September 2017

EnviroLeach Technologies Taking Cyanide and Acid Out Of Gold Extraction Process for Mines, E-Waste Recyclers

The CSE Quarterly, Q3, 2017 – Technology and Innovation Issue 2017 features an article on EnviroLeach Technologies. It’s on Page 23. Furthermore Enviroleach Technologies (CSE:ETI) was recently included in The CSE Composite Index. By Renae Dyer EnviroLeach Technologies is shaking up the mining industry by offering an environmentally alternative to widely used toxic methods of extracting gold from ores …

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New EnviroLeach process poised to transform metals extraction as we know it

VANCOUVER (miningweekly.com) – A small Vancouver-based start-up company has created a new environment-friendly chemical process with the potential to disruptively transform metal extraction in the mining and electronic waste (e-waste) sectors, akin to the application of cyanide to gold extraction that revolutionised the industry over a century ago. “EnviroLeach Technologies is a company that recovers precious metals from ores, concentrates and e-waste using environmentally friendly technologies. We can literally …

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EnviroLeach Technologies Partners with Jabil for E-Waste Processing

Jabil will utilize EnviroLeach’s patent-pending, cyanide-free and acid-free based chemical formula and processes for the recovery of metals from circuit boards and e-waste. Waste360 Staff | Sep 01, 2017 EnviroLeach Technologies Inc. has entered into a strategic global partnership with Jabil Inc. As part of the partnership, Jabil will utilize EnviroLeach’s patent-pending, cyanide-free and acid-free based chemical formula …

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