The Hungarian company, Metal Schreoder, which deals with recycling, processing and trading in electronic waste containing precious metals, will build a plant in Becej.
The project was launched on 1 January this year and is expected to be completed in 2023, the Consulate General of the Republic of Hungary in Subotica reports.
“The company will build a recycling plant in Serbia based on ‘zero waste’ technology to collect and process e-waste, containing precious metals, and medical X-ray films in Serbia. The project was launched on 1 January 2021 and is expected to be completed in Becej in 2023,” the company says.
It is also stated that the company will have a research laboratory, an office and a production hall at the Becej plant. In terms of precious metals, the company’s main focus is on the extraction of gold, silver, nickel and palladium for industrial use.
According to Hungarian media, the company is one of the leaders in Central Europe in terms of investments in recycling, and in 2019, it generated revenues of 1 billion forints, or EUR 2.8 million.
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