Haber Inc. announced today that it has made successful bulk-production test-pilot runs in its Massachusetts gold processing facility.
The Arlington company said it has developed a proprietary technology for processing gold in an environmentally friendly manner.
For the test-pilot runs, the company said it used e-scrap and mine ores, in conjunction with its proprietary extraction and recovery technologies, known as the Haber Electronic Scrap System, or HESS, and the Haber Gold Process, to produce more than 36 ounces of gold.
"These first runs were not only successful technically but provided a wealth of essential production information for the future and have provided our first saleable gold worth approximately $25,000 in revenues," company president Albert B. Conti said in a statement.
(By Chris Reidy, Globe staff)