EnviroLeach Pours First Gold Bars from Gravity Concentrates

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 30, 2019 / EnviroLeach Technologies Inc. (the “Company “or “EnviroLeach”), (CSE: ETI)(OTCQB: EVLLF)(FSE:7N2) is pleased to announce that it has successfully produced its first commercial gold bars using the EnviroLeach formula with a combined weight of 310 grams (10 oz’s).

The bars were produced from a total of 151 kgs (334 lbs) of gravity concentrates which were processed at the Company’s Surrey facility as well as on-site at the client’s gold mine located in Northern Canada. The 310 grams bars represent an average gold recovery of 96.6% with a leach time of less than 24 hours.

Duane Nelson, President & CEO comments; “I am very pleased to finally announce this tremendous milestone in the development of both our process and Company. This gold production, although small, verifies the ability of our new eco-friendly formula to extract gold into solution and recover it using conventional technologies. EnviroLeach is now the only commercial scale, economically viable and safe hydrometallurgical gold extraction process in the world. I’d like to again thank our management teams, brilliant scientists, incredible staff and our shareholders during this challenging 3-year development period. Our unique and eco-friendly process will change the way the world produces and recycles gold.”

The EnviroLeach Process delivers numerous economic and environmental benefits over current extractive technologies. The solution can effectively dissolve gold into aqueous solution with similar leach kinetics and economics to that of cyanide but is sustainable, safe and environmentally friendly. This water-based process has a broad applicability spectrum and is effective on most gold ores and concentrates. It can potentially unlock the value of many deposits located in environmentally sensitive areas that cannot be developed using current extraction methods.

The formula is also uniquely effective in copper rich environments such as printed circuit boards, making it a viable solution for use in the recycling of Electronic Waste worldwide. The EnviroLeach process offers a cost-effective alternative to the current use of smelters for the treatment of these printed circuit boards as well as conventional gravity and flotation concentrates.

About EnviroLeach Technologies Inc.

EnviroLeach Technologies is a technology Company engaged in the development and commercialization of environmentally friendly formulas and technologies for the treatment of materials in the mining and recycling sectors. Using its proprietary non-cyanide, water-based, neutral pH treatment process, the EnviroLeach formula extracts precious metals from ores, concentrates, and E-Waste using only FDA approved additives and ambient temperature water.

Backed by the momentum of a first-class staff of scientists and engineers, tens of thousands individual assays, independent validations and strategic partners. EnviroLeach’s technology will become the standard for the provision of eco-friendly methods for the hydrometallurgical extraction of precious metals in both the conventional mining and E-Waste sectors. Further information is available on the EnviroLeach web site:https://enviroleach.com

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Contact Information:

Duane Nelson
CEO & President
EnviroLeach Technologies Inc.

SOURCE: EnviroLeach Technologies Inc.

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