Metal Residues

A wide variety of residues containing tantalum, indium, nickel, titanium, tungsten, and other high-value metals are processed in various ways to recover the metal value. Processes for residues containing these, and other high value metals, are developed on a case-by-case basis to remove impurities and produce salable products.

JMI has broad capability to process precious and high-value metals. We use several different types and sizes of smelting and refining furnaces, and have installed a number of hydrometallurgical and physical separation processes as well.

The utmost care is taken to ensure the integrity of materials during processing. The following types of material containing precious metals are recycled:

  • Metal Hydroxide
  • Photographic waste
  • Metal Dross
  • Spent Acid
  • Spent Catalyst
  • Epoxy Resin
  • Spent Alkaline
  • Cyanide Waste