We’ve covered Platinum and Palladium extensively in our previous posts, so it’s time we move on to another Platinum Group Metals (PGM) that is commonly found in spent catalytic converters and industrial catalysts – Rhodium. Although it is lesser known than Platinum and Palladium,
While almost 80% of palladium produced is used in manufacturing catalytic converters in gasoline vehicles, researchers have found a potential new use for palladium – data storage. Global data storage demand has been ballooning at an alarming rate, creating the need for new techniques
Precious metal recyclers like us “prowl” the concrete jungle looking for renewable scarce resources like platinum, palladium, rhodium and even gold from everyday objects in that have reached the end of their useful life. In addition to end-of-life computers, mobile devices and
Cryptocurrency has absolutely nothing to do with waste processing. Well, think again. One particular cryptocurrency miner is about to use waste-to-energy to power their incredibly energy intensive mining machines. Ukrainian startup Zeus uses an ICO (Initial Coin Offering) to attract investors for