Spinning gold (and other precious metals) from no-longer-useful products

CLEANING UP: Gannon & Scott is finding that its environmentally oriented business practices are in line with many industries, and support its growth plans. Pictured above at the company’s new $8 million processing facility in Cranston are, from left, company Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer John King, plant manager Brian Walker, President John Gannon and Engineering & Compliance Manager Matthew Fischer. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
CLEANING UP: Gannon & Scott is finding that its environmentally oriented business practices are in line with many industries, and support its growth plans. Pictured above at the company’s new $8 million processing facility in Cranston are, from left, company Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer John King, plant manager Brian Walker, President John Gannon and Engineering & Compliance Manager Matthew Fischer. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Gannon & Scott Inc.’s business strategy can be summed up in two words: green growth. Over the past 15 years, the precious metal recycler has expanded to two states, significantly grown its customer base and adopted a number of initiatives to make its operations more environmentally friendly. Most recently, Gannon & Scott opened a new…
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