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Regenx Tech (OTCQB:RGXTF) (TSX.V:RGX) is a Cleantech Circular Economy company extracting precious metals, platinum, and palladium from diesel catalytic converters, among other commercial products, utilizing its environmentally friendly technology at the end of the product(s) useful life.

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In Canada, RGX closed up 25% percent on Monday, November 21, 2022, 4X times the normal volume. Closed above 10, 20, 50 DMA Looking to break through its 200-day moving average as Bullish Swing set up formed

In the US market,  the stock traded 10x AVG Volume … Hit a new 52-week high of $0.0407 during the trading session

The precious metals mining industry has continued to grow at a notable clip in recent years and there are now many companies that may be worth looking into for investors. One of the companies which could well be worth tracking at this point in time is Regenx.

As everyone knows, more and more industries are now moving to environmentally responsible operations and the situation is no different for the precious metals mining industry either. Regenx is a company that provides companies with a suitable alternative in the form of modern technology that is far more suited to precious metals recovery while being environmentally responsible. The company claims that it is the right alternative to smelters which are more often than not harmful to the environment.

There has not been a lot of news about the company this month so far but it may be a good time to take a look at the announcement made by Regenx back on October 22, 2022. At the time the company made an announcement with regard to the changes that it was going to make to its executive management team.

The company announced that a new Chief Financial Officer had joined Regenx in the form of Emily Richardson, CMA, CPA. Richardson holds considerable experience in her domain and in fact, had also run a public accounting practice on her own.

On the other hand, the former Chief Financial Officer Don Weatherbee had been made the President of Regenx. He had been at the company for as long as seven years when the switch was made. That being said, it was confirmed at the time that Greg Pendura, the company’s Chief Executive Officer would continue to remain in his position. It is going to be interesting to see what long term effect these changes have on Regenx as a company.