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The greener way to extract precious metals

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Throw tradition out the window!

If you wanted to extract Platinum and Palladium from diesel catalytic converters, you needed to have a smelter.  But they are now refusing to process them due to the problems they cause. 

Mineworx Technologies has come up with an ingenious way to recover 90% of the precious metals, in a clean tech proprietary process, in an industry that presents a $25b yearly opportunity.

“Up until a short time ago, the only was way to extract these precious metals was smelters,” Mineworx CEO Greg Pendura revealed.  “However, smelters are now refusing to accept diesel as it causes issues in their processing plants.

“I can see there being a large oversupply of spent diesel catalytic converters with no home to go.”

Pendura argues that the company’s ability to process the precious metals makes them a market leader going into the future, whilst also being environmentally focused.

“Smelters have received their fair share of bad press on the environmental side,” Pendura continues. “(Mineworx) has a clean processing technology which will be able to extract Platinum and Palladium in a clean tech environment.

“To have a process like this on North American soil will be well perceived.”

The CEO also gave some insights into the next steps for a commercial rollout.

“We are in the final stages of testing our pilot plant,” Pendura says. “Once completed, it will be transported to our partner, Davis Recycling, in Tennessee, United States, before beginning final-stage design.

“This will be the final step before commercial development of our plant, in the fourth quarter.”

For more information about Mineworx Technologies, head to their website.

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The ‘invisible killers’ causing concern

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Companies and Governments are looking to turn awareness into action

The natural world is home to a diverse range of species that live in harmony with each other. However, the increasing use of pesticides, microplastics, and air pollution has been causing concerns about the impact on the environment and its inhabitants. These “silent killers” are threatening the delicate balance of the natural world, and the consequences could be catastrophic.

The concerns surrounding these “silent killers” highlight the need for greater awareness and action. Governments and industries are encouraged to take responsibility for their actions and work towards reducing their impact on the environment. Individuals can also play a role by making conscious decisions to reduce their use of pesticides, plastic products, and contributing to air pollution. Simple actions such as using organic products, reducing plastic use, and utilising alternative transportation can make a significant difference.

The Green Edition is presented by The ROOT Brands.For all media inquiries please get in touch here: tshuvah4u@yahoo.com

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How small businesses are using AI to fight back against big business

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AI demonstrates efficacy in capital acquisition within Australian startups.

One of the most impactful technology trends of 2024 is the proliferation of Artificial Intelligence tools.

One company is using AI to help founders raise capital for the next generation of game-changing innovation without the need for external human intervention.

To find out how it works, we’re joined by VentureCrowd CEO Steve Maarbani. #FUNDING FUTURES

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Why somatic therapists are the missing piece in workplace wellbeing

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As organisations strive to enhance employee wellbeing, the emergence of somatic therapy presents a novel approach often overlooked.

Somatic therapy, a holistic approach that emphasises the connection between the mind and body, is gaining recognition for its profound impact on individual wellness.

Somatic therapists work with individuals to address physical sensations and emotions, promoting self-awareness and resilience.

Workplace wellbeing initiatives have often focused solely on physical health or mental wellness programs, overlooking the intricate interplay between the two.

This oversight is where somatic therapy steps in, bridging the gap by addressing both physical and psychological aspects concurrently.

Amanda Goodfellow, Director of Agile Mind, shares her personal insights on the benefits of somatic therapy. #business #health #workplace #therapy

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