ENVIRONMENT

Gold gong for local glycine

A METAL extraction process that does away with toxic and expensive sulphuric acid and cyanide in favour of biodegradable, non-toxic glycine to process precious and base metals, has won the Clean-Tech category at the global Extreme Tech Challenge.

 MPS has won the clean tech award for its glycine technology.

MPS has won the clean tech award for its glycine technology.

  The Challenge is the world's largest start-up competition for purpose-driven innovations, with 3700 start-ups from 92 countries competing this year across seven categories. Developed by Perth based...

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