The unique properties of certain precious metals have led to their widespread use in the production of high volume, high performance electronics components. In many cases, such processes generate high volumes of dilute waste streams containing significant amounts of precious metals which are not easily concentrated for use in conventional recycling processes.


To meet the ever grooving global demand for high volume of electronics components and to remain competitive, it is imperative that companies operating in this industry maximise their returns. Significant extra value can be unlocked from recovered precious metal waste streams thereby improving overall efficiency and reducing product costs further in a highly cost sensitive industry.