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Mr. Brian McIver

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Secure Destruction Business :: Article :: Nonferrous Department
www.SDBMagazine.com, 9 Aug 2001 [cached]
Brian Mciver, vice president of marketing for NOVA Pb Inc., Quebec, Canada, said that lead prices recently went from $100 a ton to $20 to $30 a ton."They dropped like a lead brick," he quipped.Mciver said that because of uneven supply and demand cycles, lead scrap prices will most likely see higher peaks and lower valleys in the future.
Battery recycling will remain strong, according to Mciver, as all the U.S. battery manufacturers now have dedicated recycling facilities for their products.
Minerals Engineering International - Environmental Issues: Latest News
www.min-eng.com, 19 Aug 2009 [cached]
"It is also a unique example of three companies from 3 different industries working together in close collaboration with the Quebec Ministry of the Environment to develop a technology that recycles hazardous waste into a valuable commercial material" said Mr. Brian McIver, vice president of Nova Pb.
Alcoa in Canada: News: News From Canada: Alcoa, Nova Pb and St. Lawrence Partnership will recycle spent potlining into cement additive
www.alcoa.com, 13 Jan 2005 [cached]
"It is also a unique example of three companies from 3 different industries working together in close collaboration with the Quebec Ministry of the Environment to develop a technology that recycles hazardous waste into a valuable commercial material" said Mr. Brian McIver, vice president of Nova Pb.
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
www.wbcsd.org, 13 Jan 2005 [cached]
Brian McIver, vice-president of Nova Pb, located in nearby Ste-Catherine, said the company worked with the University of Sherbrooke to devise a method of adding other materials to the residue to render it non-toxic and create a new product called CALSiFrit.
CALSiFrit strengthens cement and also makes it more porous, reducing the moisture infiltration that causes deterioration, he said.
The product has gone through three years of development and commercial trials and has received the blessing of Quebec's Environment Department, he said.
Tests have indicated "beyond a shadow of a doubt" that nothing toxic seeps from the cement, he said.
Alcoa, partners find use for hazardous waste
www.flouridealert.com, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
Brian McIver, vice-president of Nova Pb, located in Ste. Catherine on the South Shore, said the company worked with the Universite de Sherbrooke to devise a method of adding other materials to the residue to render it non-toxic and create a new product called CALSiFrit.
CALSiFrit strengthens cement and also makes it more porous, he said, reducing the moisture infiltration that causes deterioration.
The product has gone through three years of development and commercial trials, he said, and has received the blessing of Quebec's Ministry of the Environment.Tests have indicated "beyond a shadow of a doubt" that nothing toxic leaches from the cement, he said.
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