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MJSA Press Publishes Guide to Maximizing Refining Returns

The book covers everything from managing inventory to capturing all types of metal waste.

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MJSA Press Publishes Guide to Maximizing Refining Returns

(PRESS RELEASE) MJSA Press has published a new digital book, A Refined Approach: Tips for Capturing Precious Metals, Choosing a Refiner, and Maximizing Returns, a comprehensive guide to managing metals and ensuring profits aren’t being thrown away (literally).

The book covers everything from managing inventory to capturing all types of metal waste — hard scrap, sweeps, sludge, solutions — and preparing a lot for refining. It also offers guidance on how to choose and work with a refiner, and provides an overview of what the actual sampling and assaying processes entail.

A Refined Approach is available as a Kindle e-book through Amazon, and as a downloadable PDF that can be purchased through MJSA. The standard price for both versions is $9.99, although MJSA members can download or request the PDF free of charge as part of their membership benefits. To learn more, go to MJSA.org.

The Prime Sponsors of A Refined Approach are David H. Fell & Company, Gannon & Scott, Umicore Precious Metals, and United Precious Metal Refining.

Additional support was provided by Geib Refining Corp., Gemological Institute of America, and Hoover & Strong.

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