Greentech Metals
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Turning e-Waste Into Treasure

About the Event

Greentech Metals is an electronics waste recycling company that sustainably recovers critical metals from the billions of circuit boards found in cell phones and other electronic devices. The company is building a state-of-the-art e-cycling facility in southern Italy to serve the 2 billion people in Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East.

  • $57 billion annually in raw materials in e-waste that can be recycled
  • $14,000 worth of gold, silver, palladium, and copper per ton

Join our webinar with Greentech co-founder, Mike Hepworth, to learn more about how the company turns e-waste into treasure via their emission and effluent-free process.

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