Free E-Book: 5 ways your choice of refining company could be costing you money.

February 27, 2015

Dental labs can get great returns on their scrap metal - providing they use a refiner that is both skilled and ethical.

Dental labs can get great returns on their scrap metal - providing they use a refiner that is both skilled and ethical.

Precious metals are called that for a reason-they are valuable. They are so valuable, in fact, that most labs go to great lengths to collect and preserve every microscopic particle of gold, platinum, palladium, and silver dust that they generate through the production process. The end goal is to recapture their precious asset.   There is a surprising amount of money to be found in unused remakes, vacuum dust, bench and floor sweeps, casting flash, and carpet, and suction filter bags.. By turning to a refiner, These varied parts of a given scrap lot can be returned to the lab as a monetary asset. Unfortunately, most refiners don’t take the necessary steps to ensure that their lab clients get the best settlements possible. What aren’t those other refiners doing?   Our sponsor,

APMR

, has put together an e-book that shows you five ways your current refiner could be costing you money.    

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