Gannon & Scott Details How to Capture More Value from E-Scrap
CRANSTON, RI – At E-Scrap 2018, Chris Jones, president of metals refiner Gannon & Scott Inc. (booth #1015), will discuss technologies and strategies for capturing greater value from electronic scrap during a panel session titled, “Pushing Forward Precious Metals Refining.” E-Scrap is Oct. 9 to 11 at the Hyatt Regency in New Orleans. Jones’ presentation, “Exploring the Overall Landscape,” is scheduled for the Oct. 10th session on refining in Storyville Hall, Empire Ballroom C, 1:30 to 3 p.m.
At booth #1015, Gannon & Scott will highlight a portfolio of precious metals (PM) recovery services for electronic recyclers and collectors who fully process scrap from obsolete electronics. Services include the new TRu3Tec® Thermal Reduction System which efficiently recovers PMs from electronic devices and subassemblies, and processes organic materials more cleanly than other systems. “To build success, recyclers must carefully cultivate e-scrap sources as well as trusted downstream relationships,” Jones said.
The three-stage thermal reduction system at Gannon & Scott’s processing facility in Cranston, Rhode Island, operates at relatively low temperatures to dramatically reduce the formation of hazardous byproducts, and advanced environmental controls further reduce waste emissions. Pollution controls includes cyclonic separation, wet scrubbing of exhaust gases, and dust collection.
The TRu3Tec system represents a state-of-the-art enhancement to a similar system with advanced environmental and process controls designed by Gannon & Scott for its metals recovery facility in Phoenix, Arizona. Both plants are zero-discharge facilities for processing wastewater sludge and plating solutions.
Gannon & Scott also offers sampling and analytical services through its in-house commercial precious metals laboratory.
Integrity, value and timely settlement are hallmarks of Gannon & Scott, which has been advancing precious metals refining and assaying for 100 years. The company services customers across North America, processing materials containing precious metals and other high-value metals at its facilities in Phoenix, Arizona, and Cranston, Rhode Island. For more information, contact National Sales Manager Kristine A. Murphy at 800.556.7296, or visit Gannon & Scott (www.gannon-scott.com) at E-Scrap booth #1015.