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Advanced Recycling Technologies (ART) is a full-service system integrator specializing in the capture of small, difficult to recover non-ferrous metals from two primary waste streams: automobile shredder residue (ASR) and Waste to Energy (WtE) facility ashes. Once recovered, we upgrade their value so they can be sold directly to a smelter. 


Backed by decades of direct, proven industry experience, ART offers innovative, cost-effective and sustainable solutions to our strategic partners. We leverage our process knowledge and capital to extract metal units from materials that have already passed through conventional metal recovery technology. 


Our efforts start where others stop.


Personalized and solution driven, we design and build effective recovery systems.  Our preferred business model is a risk free shared-revenue relationship designed to create growth and set new sustainability standards. Collaborative across all project stages (concept, financing, execution) and agile in our approach, we pride ourselves on shared knowledge and shared success. 


Get in touch with us today to learn more. 

Waste To Energy


Co-founded by industry expert Steven J. Bossotti, PE, ART leadership has processed 40+ million tons of incinerator ash over the last 2 decades for Waste to Energy facilities across the world.


If your metal recovery is not best in class, you may be lining landfills with dollars and burning through sustainability potential.


Let us help you set the standard - learn more about our proprietary process and becoming a strategic partner today.

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(ASR // Downstream Systems)

Partnering with automobile shredder owners and operators from coast to coast, ART is able to recover nonferrous metals that traditional downstream recovery technology simply cannot. 


Are you ready to set yourself apart from the competition?


Learn more about diversifying your revenue streams by becoming a strategic partner today. 

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