eWaste

Learn How We Are Changing The Way eWaste Is Recycled By Using Our Environmentally Friendly Technology

Electronic waste (eWaste) is the fastest growing portion of the municipal waste stream expected to grow to 78 million tonnes by 2026…

This new and unique formula is one of only a handful of chemical compounds known that can dissolve gold into solution, which is a critical step in gold mining. The leach kinetics, efficiency and safety of the EnviroLeach formula is superior to that of cyanide and its alternatives with no environmental consequences.

Competitive Strengths

75% Mass Yield Reduction

  • Increased Through-Put
  • 75% Smelter & Shipping Savings
  • Improved Payable Metal Content

  • Improved Economics

  • Lower Smelter/Refining Charges
  • Increased Payable Metals
  • Lower Shipping & Treatment Costs

  • 93% Reduction in Organics

  • Reduced Carbon footprint
  • Attractive Product for Smelters
  • No Landfilling of Materials

  • Allows for the shredding of whole components

  • Guaranteed Destruction
  • Cost Savings on Manual
  • Disassembly Reduction in Handling Fees

  • Compliant with New Intl & USA Environmental Laws

  • New Laws Mandate Limited Export & Domestic Solutions
  • EnviroLeach Only Cost-Effective Option

  • Environmentally Friendly & Sustainable Solution

  • Increased Social Value for Smelter, OEM & Recycling Partners
  • Reduced Environmental Footprint (Almost Zero) Sustainable solution

  • Urban Mining

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    Electronic waste (eWaste) is the fastest growing portion of the municipal waste stream expected to grow to 78 million tonnes by 2026…

    Source: TMR – 2017

    Every 60 Seconds 98 tonnes of eWaste is generated…

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    Target Materials Overview

    Printed Circuit Boards

    Cable Boxes

    Modems

    PC & Server Power Supply

    Pin Pads

    eWaste Value

    Over $62B USD in metals used in electronics annually

    Conventional Mining

    Gold from 1 Tonne of Ore
    (Avg. 1.8 gpt Au)

    Urban Mining

    Gold from 1 Tonne of eWaste
    (50 to 2,400 gpt Au)