Haber moves to recover gold and precious metals
Bayonne, NJ— Haber, Inc.
has signed a purchase agreement for an 18,000 square foot industrial
building in Okeechobee, Florida to begin revenue-producing commercial
operations using its precious metals recovery technologies.
In the new facility, Haber plans
to install two precious metals recovery lines, one for electronic
waste and the other for gold ore. The lines will be used for commercial
production and bulk pilot operations. Haber’s environmentally
friendly technologies will be used to extract and recover precious
metals from multiple tons of gold concentrate and e-waste per
day. The company anticipates that initial revenue generation from
batch lots will start later this year.
The site will serve both as a
production and pilot facility and as a training facility for Haber
employees, providing employees who will be operating other plants
located around the world with first-hand experience on all processing
technologies. The building contains complete housing facilities
to accommodate up to eight individuals. Haber is currently carrying
out due diligence on the property and is applying to the appropriate
regulatory agencies for the approvals needed to allow chemical
operations at the Okeechobee facility. Additionally, the company
is in negotiations to acquire additional county land contiguous
to the property.