Refining Services offered for braze scrap metal.

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Refining services enabling businesses to dispose of silver-based metallic scrap such as brazing alloys, mirror plating sludge, fuse link scrap, and other copper/silver materials are now available through facilities in Toronto, Ontario. Electronics, photo processors, jewlery manufacturers, industrial brazers, mirror platers, and coinage wholesalers can now receive compensation for their scrap metal through this program.



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Value of Precious Metals is Recovered through Scrap Recycling Program



Value of Precious Metals is Recovered through Scrap Recycling Program

Milwaukee, WI, May 8, 2007 - Lucas-Milhaupt, Inc., a Handy & Harman Company, has announced that is now offering refining services to its customers. Recovery services are being provided through Handy & Harman of Canada, Ltd. at its facility in Toronto, Ontario. Industries that can benefit from this program include: the electronics industry, photo processors, jewelry manufacturers, industrial brazers, mirror platers, and coinage wholesalers. Materials accepted include silver based metallic scrap such as brazing alloys, mirror plating sludge, fuse link scrap and other copper/silver materials.

The scrap-to-cash recovery program offers businesses an environmentally responsible and cost saving alternative to more conventional refining or waste disposal options. A large industrial manufacturer that used to pay to have braze scrap removed as a hazardous material now receives payment from Handy & Harman for the recovered precious metal.

For additional information on refining services, please visit www.lucasmilhaupt.com and go to the Refining Services section. Information can also be accessed directly by visiting www.scraptofastcash.com, or call 800.463.1465 to speak with a Scrap Recovery Specialist.

Lucas-Milhaupt, Inc., a Handy & Harman Company, is one of the world's leading suppliers of brazing and soldering materials to the electrical/electronic, appliance and transportation markets worldwide.

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