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Apple gold now sourced from miners who reverse Gold Rush mining damage

[2019-08-13 12:36:16]

Apple gold supplies — used in small amounts in circuit boards — are now being sourced from miners who work to not only restore but improve the land used once operations are complete. Jeweler Tiffany & Co has also signed up to the same initiative, which will reverse historic mining damage to rivers and streams in order to allow the return of salmon on the endangered species list… The post Apple gold now sourced from miners who reverse Gold Rush mining damage appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple gold now sourced from miners who reverse Gold Rush mining damage


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