Research and Development
Partners Bob Noll and Ian Wiese have a combined 40 years creating industrial equipment, materials, processes, and systems. Experience includes new alloys, large automation projects, and unique melting systems for specialized metals recovery.
Metcovery is actively engaged in the R&D of a new class of metallic materials that exhibits significantly improved conductivity and strength.
Aluminothermic production of chromium metal
Metcovery is meeting a market demand through assisting in the development of the first domestic aluminothermic reactor for the production of carbon-free chromium.
Active pursuit of full reclamation, remediation, and restoration of abandoned mine sites
The unique ability of the Metcovery process to extract residual precious metals from various sources allows us to generate significant values while also processing through environmental wastes.
Metcovery is actively applying this principle to completely restore a multi-million-ton mine tailings pile in California.