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    stocktargetadvisor
    $WCN $WCN.CA
    Initiates Coverage On Goldman Sachs Buy USD 124
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    Loop Industries, Inc.
    $LOOP Gabelli Funds, LLC, will host the 7th Annual Waste Environmental Services Symposium on March 18, 2021. This timely conference will feature presentations by senior management of several leading companies, with an emphasis on industry dynamics, new technologies $SMED $WM $WCN $CCK $CWST $RSG $DAR $REGI $CVA $ECOL $PYR $LOOP $PHE $BHTG
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    Steve
    Great beat! Let us see what the market has to say tomorrow
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    Elva
    what's the value of having this stock in your portfolio? doesn't seem like much growth in past few years and also low dividend. convince me why to include this?
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    Raymond
    I bought at $120 in 2019.. nothing to show for it.. although the longer the line the higher it flies.. still disappointing. I love it but seeing my other investments up 30%+ while this thing hasn’t moved makes me wonder if growth for next few years was priced in during the last 5 years
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    R
    Way overvalued..i will buy at 20
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    Options For Life
    WCN.to more to the upside.. I will hold it for life .. 5 to 10 years chart will tell the story. great FS . very low debt and very profitable business.
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    Options For Life
    I see positive momentum building up here. get in if you haven't already. i missed my chance to add more last 2 months.
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    Samson
    $NGA conversation
    Existing customers include $AMZN $WCN and $TAP

    LION has charging expertise and works with $ABB as a reseller for EV charging infrastructure

    Don’t SLEEP!!!!
    Bullish
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    Parm
    what's the consensus . looking to buy . waiting for a entry point
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    Hershee
    Waste Connections : Reports First Quarter 2020 Results | MarketScreener
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    maverick
    Stock going up because they have cut Recycling services in Residential Market, Obvious they can not manage a social and sustainable need.

    Good for the pocket book... bad for the community and environment.
    Neutral
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    SizzlinAK
    Easily can drop to 40-50 dollar range. This pandemic isn’t going to leave like its magic. Easy Short.
    Bearish
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    Azusa02
    Itronics Inc. - stock symbol (ITRO) is recognized for saving the Truckee River and Pyramid Lake in Northern Nevada by developing “Zero Waste” technologies. One of the first awarded “International Green Heroes”. Itronics for or over 30 years is utilizing science and engineering to create and commercialize recycling, mineral, and nutrient technologies.

    Itronics possesses three breakthrough technologies (1) in photographic waste recycling (2) E-waste (Electronic Waste) recycling and (3) Reprocessed Mining Tailings with “Zero Waste”.

    These breakthrough technologies are able to completely recycle the waste stream and end up with a useful final product to bring back into the community. Itronics has teamed up with organizations such as Disability Resources / New2U Computers to employ people with disabilities and give them opportunities to succeed.

    Itronics operates a 35,000 square foot plant in Reno, NV, which is currently in a scale up phase to drastically increase production levels. Itronics recently acquired a second large factory in Wabuska, NV, consisting of a 60,000 square foot plant with 48 acres and rail car access.

    The following link is to a segment done on Itronics by KOLO8 News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYG0CIPEy1o

    If you would like to learn more about Itronics and their breakthrough technologies that are helping create a world with zero waste, visit their website at www.itronics.com, send an email to investor@itronics.com or call in at 775-689-7696.
    On MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon, John W. Whitney, the CEO of Itronics, shares a KOLO8 TV news story on the company.
    On MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon, John W. Whitney, the CEO of Itronics, shares a KOLO8 TV news story on the company.
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    Azusa02
    "Recycling Today” Details Itronics’ Successes, Future Plans

    “Itronics Inc. (OTC:ITRO) and its President John Whitney have always envisioned a clean, waste-free planet. Over the years, they’ve translated that vision into innovative, practical and money-making applications.

    Whitney is best known for inventing a method for separating silver and other precious metals from spent photographic liquid. Itronics uses the demetallized fluid to make micronutrient-rich fertilizers at its Reno, Nevada, plant, while the metals are turned into bullion and sold to refineries. Additionally, the glass slag produced in Itronics’ refining process can be used to manufacture commercial products, such as decorative tile.

    Itronics is not standing still. Within the last four years, the Company has developed a way to reclaim precious metals—including gold, silver and palladium—as well as copper and tin—from discarded computer circuit boards. It has simply added the e-scrap as infeed material for its refinery process.

    In that process, silver is not only recovered from photographic waste, but its chemical makeup allows it to soak up metals from circuit boards during furnace refining. The metals then become ingredients in the Company’s bullion.

    Because of this e-scrap breakthrough, Itronics is buying more furnaces to ramp up bullion production and will eventually bring in larger furnaces. Whitney has even modified a furnace so that it burns latent heat energy from carbon in circuit boards, reducing outside energy needed to power the furnace by more than 50 percent.

    For that furnace innovation, Whitney and Itronics won an award from NV Energy, a Nevada public power company.

    "Recycling Today” Details Itronics’ Successes, Future Plans

    RENO, Nev., Jan. 29, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The following news release includes portions of an article appearing in “Recycling Today,” the premium publication in this sector. The entire article is available at:
    http://magazine.recyclingtoday.com/article/january-2019-scrap-metals-supplement/itronics-precious-metals-recovery-profile.aspx

    If you would like to learn more about Itronics and their breakthrough technologies that are helping create a world with zero waste, visit their website at www.itronics.com, send an email to investor@itronics.com or call in at 775-689-7696.
    Itronics Inc., Reno, Nevada, has refined its process to reclaim precious metals, including gold, silver and palladium, from discarded computer circuit boards.
    Itronics Inc., Reno, Nevada, has refined its process to reclaim precious metals, including gold, silver and palladium, from discarded computer circuit boards.
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    Jojo
    Itronics Inc. - stock symbol (ITRO)

    Itronics 2009 Limited Edition of Its Popular Collectible 5-Troy Ounce Silver Nevada Miner Bars Now Available

    Brought Back Due to Increasing Requests from Collectors and Investors

    RENO, Nev., Feb. 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Itronics Inc. (OTC:ITRO), an “Innovative Zero Waste” Technology Company that produces GOLD’n GRO fertilizers and silver products, today reported that its popular 2009 Limited Edition Silver Nevada Miner bars, an excellent collectible and a souvenir of the Silver State, are now available through its subsidiary, Itronics Metallurgical, Inc. Order by calling Itronics Metallurgical, Inc. at 1-800-368-1865.

    “The 99.9 percent pure, 5-troy ounce silver bar is one of the most attractive being manufactured and marketed in the United States today and is a unique and beautiful collectible,” said Dr. John Whitney, Itronics President. Itronics Metallurgical began offering these yearly dated bars in 2001. Production was discontinued in 2008, but many collectors have requested that they be brought into production and the series continued. Many people collected each year and a small trading market exists on E-Bay. Itronics plans to complete the series to the present and then to continue for the indefinite future.

    Production of the Silver Nevada Miner Bars was discontinued in 2009 due to extreme volatility in silver prices. Silver prices have now stabilized at much lower levels. “In 2018 we have received so many requests from collectors that we made the decision to continue the bar series with the 2009 bar and moving forward to the current year,” said Dr. Whitney. “We plan to produce 1000 bars for each of the past years. When the 2009’s are sold out we will produce the 2010 bars and continue to the present until they are caught up. The limited numbers being produced and sold should ensure continuing value for collectors.”

    The Silver Nevada Miner bar was created to commemorate the long and eventful silver mining history of Nevada and is an excellent souvenir of Nevada, which is known as the “Silver State.” The bars are 2 3/8 inches by 1 3/8 inches and ¼ inch thick. Each contains exactly 5-troy ounces of pure silver. The bars are “proof quality” and include a year-stamp authenticating the limited edition.

    The top surface of the bar is engraved with an authentic reproduction of a miner in one of the famous “square-set stopes” of the Comstock Silver Mines at Virginia City, Nevada, in the mid-1860’s. The bars are beautifully crafted making them an excellent gift item.

    About Itronics
    Headquartered in Reno, Nevada, Itronics Inc. is an “Innovative Zero Waste” Technology Company which produces GOLD’n GRO specialty liquid fertilizers, silver bullion, and silver-bearing glass. The Company’s goal is to achieve profitable green technology driven organic growth in specialty GOLD’n GRO fertilizers, silver, zinc, and minerals. The Company’s technologies maximize

    the recovery and uses of metals and minerals and by doing this maximize
    sustainability.

    Through its subsidiary, Itronics Metallurgical, Inc., Itronics is the only company with a fully permitted “Beneficial Use Photochemical, Silver, and Water Recycling” plant in the United States that converts 100 percent of the spent photoliquids into GOLD’n GRO liquid fertilizers, silver bullion, and silver bearing glass. This is internationally recognized award winning “Zero Waste” Technology. The Company is developing a portfolio of environmentally beneficial “Zero waste” processing and mining technologies. Itronics has received numerous domestic and international awards that recognize its ability to successfully use chemical science and engineering to create and implement new environmentally green recycling and fertilizer technologies.

    The Company's environmentally friendly award winning GOLD'n GRO liquid fertilizers, which are extensively used in agriculture, can be used for lawns and houseplants, and are available at the Company's "e-store" on Amazon.Com. Due to expanded retail customer interest, GOLD'n GRO fertilizer may now be purchased in Reno, Nevada at the "Buy Nevada First Gift Shop" at 4001 S. Virginia St.

    Follow Itronics on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itronicsinc 
    Follow Itronics on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itronicsinc

    The following link is to a segment done on Itronics by KOLO8 News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYG0CIPEy1o

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    VISIT OUR WEB SITE: http://www.itronics.com
    Itronics Inc., Reno, NV. 96 likes. ITRO.PK is the only company in the world with a vertically integrated “zero waste” photochemical recycling facility that produces highly effective GOLD’n GRO liquid...
    Itronics Inc., Reno, NV. 96 likes. ITRO.PK is the only company in the world with a vertically integrated “zero waste” photochemical recycling facility that produces highly effective GOLD’n GRO liquid...
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    WCN reached a new All Time High at 76.40
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    Options For Life
    here's your chance to add to your position @ 116.73 CAD
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    Options For Life
    WCN is unstoppable. i don't mind the low DIV because it's giving a great growth every year.
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    Stockguru
    Getting a bit over valued here. Don’t you think?