Month: October 2017

MineWorx/EnviroLeach Ahead of Schedule on Delivery of E-Waste Plant

BURNABY, British Columbia, Oct. 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mineworx Technologies Ltd., (the “Company” or “Mineworx“) (TSXV:MWX) (OTCQB:MWXRF) (FSE:YRS) (WKN: A2DSW3), a leading provider of proprietary, cost-effective, and non-toxic precious metals extraction solutions to the E-Waste and mining industries, announced today that the Company has commenced shipment of its E-Waste plant to Memphis, Tennessee. Part of …

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Video: BNN -An environmentally-friendly alternative to cyanide

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. CEO Duane Nelson discusses how the product works for extracting gold on e-waste, mining ore and tailings. He adds detail to EnviroLeach’s partnership with Jabil to …

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Jabil Achieves Electronics Recycling Certifications

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – October 17, 2017 – 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. “We’ve seen strong demand from our customers to add an electronics recycling capability that is …

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This new method for getting gold from e-waste may be just what miners need

Des Kilfoil  | Oct 13, 2017 |  Mining.com  A small Canadian company’s new way of extracting gold and other precious metals is showing big promise for the mining industry, and for efforts to deal with the growing problem of electronic waste. The CEO of Vancouver-based EnviroLeach Technologies says the new approach is also the biggest innovation for …

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EnviroLeach and Jabil to Launch Clean E-Waste Recycling Plant

Arlene Karidis | Oct 05, 2017 |  Waste 360.  With a slated January 2018 launch date, the plant will manage pre-treatment, shredding, grinding and extraction of metals. Canadian technology company EnviroLeach Technologies and St. Petersburg, Fla.-based Jabil Inc., both global service providers to manufacturers, are launching an e-waste recycling plant in Memphis, Tenn., to recover precious and base metals. The …

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