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News of Korea Zinc’s $332 million deal to acquire an e-scrap processor was of interest in July. | Pavel Kapysh/Shutterstock

Our readers were drawn to coverage of Korea Zinc’s acquisition of Igneo Technologies and other stories last month.

The list below shows our top stories published in July in terms of unique page views.

1 | Acquisition deepens Korea Zinc’s presence in US
Metals giant Korea Zinc is set to control e-scrap recycling and secondary processing operations in the U.S. and Europe, striking a $332 million deal to acquire a majority stake in Igneo Technologies.

2 | Acid-free tech will make rare earth recycling more feasible
A technology that will allow recyclers to extract valuable metals from e-scrap like shredded hard drives without affecting the other materials is entering its pilot plant stage.

3 | In My Opinion: Beware of the industry’s con artists
The president of nationwide electronics recycling company URT shares lessons he’s learned about doing business honestly, vigilantly and capably in the e-scrap world.

4 | Processor builds ‘eco-campus’ to leverage supply chain trends
Responding to client needs as well as market shifts around plastics and other materials, e-scrap and ITAD company GreenChip has plans to significantly expand in Virginia.

5 | Defendants agree to pay $550,000 to clean up CRT sites
Two New England e-scrap recycling companies have agreed to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to help fund CRT cleanups at former Closed Loop Refining and Recovery warehouses in Ohio.


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