Month: February 2018

EnviroLeach Announces Private Placement

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 27, 2018 – EnviroLeach Technologies Inc. (the “Corporation“ or “EnviroLeach”) (CSE:ETI) (OTCQB:EVLLF) is pleased to announce a brokered and non-brokered private placement offering of 6,700,000 units (each, a “Unit”) at a subscription price of CAD$1.50 per Unit, representing total gross proceeds of CAD$10,050,000.  The offering has been fully subscribed. Each Unit will …

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Four Finalists To Take Centre Stage At #DisruptMining Live Finale

 NEWS PROVIDED BY Goldcorp Inc.  EIGHT SEMI-FINALISTS TO SHOWCASE AT #DISRUPTMINING INNOVATION EXPO Highlights: The four finalists pitching their disruptive ideas and technologies at #DisruptMining are: Acoustic Zoom Inc. EnviroLeach Technologies LlamaZOO Interactive Inc. Open Mineral AG Finalists to compete for the opportunity to negotiate up to $1 million investment1 for a proof of concept at one of Goldcorp’s …

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EnviroLeach Technologies – urban e-waste miner

Resource World Magazine February – March 2018 by Kathrine Moore ENVIROLEACH TECHNOLOGIES INC. [ETI-CSE, EVLLF.-OTCQB], based in Burnaby, British Columbia has developed an environmentally-friendly method of extracting gold from ores, concentrates and e-waste using only FDA approved ingredients. Duane Nelson, founder, President and CEO of EnviroLeach Technologies told Resource World the environmental impact of EnviroLeach’s proprietary, non-cyanide, non-strong acid based extractive technology will be …

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One man’s trash … managing e-waste

February 14, 2018   Ewen Hosie – E-waste, the process of recycling usable metals and materials from discarded technology for reuse, is becoming increasingly prevalent. Disused and obsolete technologies, from phones and TVs to computers and radios, can contain trace elements of precious metals that would otherwise go to waste. Please read the rest here. One man’s trash … managing …

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