Platinum - the Most Frustrating Metal!💎POSTED ON 14 December 2020 by Matchie T.
For many years, particularly since the mid-1970’s up until 2011, platinum was nicknamed the “rich person’s gold” as its price was typically around 25% higher than that of gold. Since then, however, the price of platinum has plummeted and it now trades at approximately half that of gold. A similar story exists when comparing platinum and palladium, a saga we are very familiar with in the catalyst recovery industry. Even with the uncertainty in stock markets this year as a result of the COVID ...
Customizing Platinum Recycling : future outlook ▶️POSTED ON 22 May 2019 by Alice
Our third and final Atlanta presentation was made by Dr. Semih Sunkar from Nippon PGM, a joint venture between DOWA Metals & Mining Co., Ltd,. and Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K. DOWA, with a 60% share has expertise in smelting, base metals, and recycling, Tanaka, with 40% is well known for its refining capabilities. Japanese-based, Nippon PGM is also established in USA and in the Czech Republic and the company has created a unique and environmentally sound PGM recycli ...
At the crossroads for Platinum MiningPOSTED ON 21 February 2019 by Alice
Virtually all the platinum mines in the world are in Russia and South Africa. But, even there, indications predict an uncertain future. Indeed, there are some experts in the field; including Harvard-trained geologist Byron King, a renowned authority on precious metal mining; who believe that recycling is the wave of the future for platinum, palladium, and rhodium. As resources diminish, mines are getting deeper, requiring heavier investment to develop themselves. Moreover, in a labo ...
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