NovX21 picks Quebec for recycling facility
Jul 02, 2014 | 11:05 AM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH NovX21 Inc. plans to set up an operation in Thetford Mines in Quebec to recover platinum group metals (PGM) from spent catalytic converters.
The facility at the Thetford Mines industrial park will feature a 200-ton reactor using the companys patented energy-efficient technology. The Montreal-based company expects construction will take between eight and 12 months, with commercial production starting....
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