Alchem's recycling expansion illustrates shifting economics of indium

Japanese metal recycler Alchem Japan announced recently that it will expand its indium processing capacity from one MT per month to two MT per month by mid-2009, among other plant improvements. This expansion will be accomplished by including low-grade electronic scrap – containing about 2% indium –...

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