Winnipegs KMG Gold Recycling Nominated for Third Better Business Bureau Torch Award

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KMG Gold Recycling, the only precious metal recycler to win two BBB Awards has been nominated for their third straight BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Excellence. The Winnipeg company has won the award every year since the award's inception in 2010.

KMG Gold wins BBB Torch Award 2010 and 2011 now nominated for 2012 award.

KMG Gold, Better Business Torch Award Winner

Being nominated by our customers...singles out KMG Gold as the gold recycling industry leader in honesty, ethics, and integrity.

KMG Gold Recycling has been nominated by their customers for their third straight Better Business Bureau Torch Award.

KMG Gold Recycling is the only precious metal recycler in North America to win the BBB’s prestigious annual award. And they’ve won the award three years in a row since its inception in 2010.

BBB Torch Awards recognize businesses that build trust, advertise honestly, tell the truth, remain transparent in their business dealings, honour their promises and display integrity in all of their marketplace activities.

“Our goal right from the start has been to educate the consumer on the precious metal recycling industry.” said Michael Gupton, President of KMG Environmental Inc. which operates as KMG Gold Recycling in their home town of Winnipeg MB and has a second location in Grand Forks ND.

Gupton went on to say that the key component of KMG Gold is their commitment to consumer education. “We make every effort to educate our clients and the public at large about the precious metal industry so they can make informed decisions. We believe the best way for the public to protect themselves is to be knowledgeable”.

“Being nominated by our customers and winning a Better Business Bureau Torch Award are outstanding achievements for us as it singles out KMG Gold as the gold recycling industry leader in honesty, ethics, and integrity. An educated consumer is a happy consumer... so we’re obviously doing something right!” Says Gupton.

“The process of recycling precious metal is not that complicated. There are simple steps the consumer can take to guarantee they receive top dollar for their “unwanted” scrap gold and silver. All cash for gold precious metal ends up at a refinery. So the consumer should sell gold directly to the refinery to eliminate the middlemen so they can make the most money when selling their gold.” Says Gupton.

KMG Gold Recycling, founded in 2007, buys and sells, recycles, and refines all precious metals including gold, silver, platinum and palladium. Gold and silver can be melted and assayed on-site in Winnipeg.

All of the precious metals KMG Gold Recycling buy and refine are recycled and placed back into the world’s precious metal markets. This helps reduce the demand on newly mined metals, which in turn, helps reduce the amount of energy required to mine virgin metal, and the amount of acid rock drainage from mine waste rock dumps and tailings ponds.

By recycling, KMG Gold Recycling customers alone have helped reduce over 3 million tons of acid waste rock from being generated by virgin mining of gold.

For more information on KMG Gold Recycling, please visit http://www.kmggold.com, or call us at 204-452-4653, or toll free at 1-877-468-2220.

Media Contact: Michael Gupton, BSc Eng (Civil), CET, AScT, President, KMG Environmental Inc. (204) 452-4653

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