• BacTech Environmental (BAC) partners with Sharechest in hopes of attaining new investors
  • The company removes and transforms harmful contaminants like arsenic into benign EPA-approved products for landfill
  • BacTech continues to investigate the prospects of establishing additional modern bioleaching facilities across North and South America
  • Sharechest has been built to provide an innovative web application solution that streamlines the discovery process for companies seeking investors
  • BacTech Environmental Corporation (BAC) is down 8.33 per cent, trading at C$0.06 at 12:53 pm EST

Sharechest partners with BacTech Environmental Corporation (BAC) to streamline communications with potential investors.

BacTech is a proven environmental technology company delivering solutions commercially to process and recover preferred metals.

It works by removing and transforming harmful contaminants like arsenic into benign EPA-approved products for landfill.

Using its bioleaching method, the company can tap into numerous environmental and economic advantages.

BacTech is planning to build a new owner-operated bioleaching facility in Tenguel, Ecuador, and continues to investigate the prospects of establishing additional modern bioleaching facilities across North and South America.

Sharechest has been built to provide an innovative web application solution that streamlines the discovery process for companies seeking investors.

It seamlessly integrates into the company’s existing website and is a magnet for investors interested in learning or investing in the company. 

BacTech uses naturally occurring bacteria, harmless to humans and the environment, to neutralize toxic mining sites with high-pay potential.

BacTech Environmental Corporation (BAC) is down 8.33 per cent, trading at C$0.06 at 12:53 pm EST.


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