Itronics cleantech materials
A Cleantech Fertilizer and Silver Producer
Itronics, which was named one of the first International Green Heroes by an independent international environmental group, is a clean technology ('Cleantech') company that utilizes science and engineering to create and commercialize recycling, mineral, and nutrient technologies.
Itronics Award Winning Technology
Itronics has received international recognition for developing “zero waste” Cleantech that maximizes raw material sustainability for the 140 year old photographic industry and produces highly effective environmentally compatible GOLD’n GRO liquid fertilizers for use in suburban and rural horticulture and agriculture.
Recent Press Releases
07/28/20 - Itronics Advances its Rock Kleen Silver/Gold Heap Leach Tailings Process
07/14/20 - Itronics Provides Update on its Majority Owned Auric Fulstone Polymetallic Gold Exploration Project
07/07/20 - Itronics Reports Six Percent Increase In 2020 First Half Year Sales
06/23/20 - Itronics Publishes 2020 Corporate Profile
04/09/20 - Itronics Reports 76 Percent Increase in 2020 First Quarter Total Revenues
04/02/20 - Itronics Advances Rock Kleen Tailings Processing Technology Presents Advantages and Growth Opportunities
03/24/20 - Itronics Remains Open; Announces That It Is an 'Essential Business' Under Nevada COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
03/17/20 - Itronics Announces 'Clean Tech Materials' Growth Plan
GOLD'n GRO® Liquid Fertilizer
Itronics Inc is currently developing a breakthrough technology, Rock Kleen, to replace its previously validated KAM-Thio fluid for neutralization of residual cyanide, and recovery of residual silver, gold, and metal oxides from silver/gold heap leach mine tailings.
The new Rock Kleen chemistry is manufactured from virgin ingredients and is based on more than 30 years of experience with similar fluids manufactured from spent photographic liquids. The Company has been working on chemical replacement of spent photographic chemistry used in its GOLD’n GRO fertilizers and for the KAM-Thio rock cleaning fluid for several years in anticipation that spent photoliquid supply might decline and be insufficient to support GOLD’n GRO fertilizer sales growth.