Solutions to eradicate toxic practices: Mining for gold

Clean Earth Technologies’ solutions look to eradicate toxic practices: Mining for gold

Clean Earth Technologies goes on air! 

How to eradicate toxic practices in mining for gold?

Every year Singapore generates about 60,000 tonnes of e-waste. E-waste of course doesn’t just refer to mobile phones – we’re talking about all kinds of electrical and electronic waste such as computers, laptops, mobile phones and even TVs.

Companies are now looking at new and CLEANER ways to extract precious metals such as gold from old devices.

In this episode of The Green Wire (MONEY FM 89.3) – Rachel Kelly speaks to Founder and CEO of Clean Earth Technologies, Kevin Fell on how we can eradicate toxic practices in mining and more! Listen to the podcast now.

 

Solution to eradicate toxic practices: Mining for gold

Get in touch with us at info@cleanearth.tech to find out more.

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