Miami, FL – June 30, 2020 (EmergingGrowth.com NewsWire) — EmergingGrowth.com, a leading independent small cap media portal with an extensive history of providing unparalleled content for the Emerging Growth markets and companies, reports on Bactech Environmental Corp. (OTC Pink: BCCEF), (CSE: BAC).
A recent article out of England highlights the work being done by former rugby star Andy Gomasall, using bacteria to reclaim metal from old circuit boards. This is a new avenue for bioleaching. Most people do not realize the amount of gold, silver and copper that are contained in cell phones and computers.
This is just another example of man using nature to fix nature. Bacteria are quickly becoming an agent of change with many different industries adapting them to perform tasks that historically has involved the introduction of reagents that cause more harm than good. From oil and gas (reduction of paraffin wax at the wellhead) to recycling used computer boards, bacteria are becoming the go-to workforce. BacTech has a long 30-year history in the field of bioleaching and a decade focusing on the environmental benefits of using the technology to clean up mining issues. The key to technologies in mining is proving that it can be used “in the field “vs “in the lab.” BacTech Environmental (OTC Pink: BCCEF), (CSE: BAC) has built 3 plants to date, 2 in Australia and 1 in China. With its project in Ecuador, BacTech is looking to build, own and operate its own plant capable of providing a steady income for years to come while providing the local environment and its inhabitants with a safe place to live and work.
Whether it is the creation of tailings or actual production, many of the larger mining companies such as Barrick Gold (NYSE:GOLD), Newmont (NYSE:NEM), Agnico Eagle (NYSE:AEM) or Kinross (NYSE:K) should be looking for ways to limit the toxicity of what they leave behind. The bigger issue is getting the majors to allow access to tailings that are already in place. Their argument would be that they have lived up the letter of the agreement regarding the Closure Plan so any changes to the agreement should shift the onus to the new group. Looking to solve a long term problem.
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BacTech is promoting the use of its proprietary bioleach processing technology to treat historic arsenopyrite concentrates and tailings produced in the Ponce Enriquez area of Southern Ecuador.
BacTech has agreed to participate with a group looking to reprocess the Arsenic Stockpile in Snow Lake, Manitoba as a technology partner.
For further information contact: Ross Orr, President & CEO, BacTech Environmental Corporation/ 416-813-0303 ext. 222, Cell 416-346-5529 and Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin Cook, Investor Relations: 416-809-1738, Email:email@example.com
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