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Sustainable Heavy Metal Remediation : Volume 2: Case studies

Author: Eldon R Rene; Erkan Sahinkaya; Alison Emslie Lewis; Piet N L Lens
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2017]
Series: Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World, volume 9
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Preface"--"Contents"--"Contributors" -- "Chapter 1: Life-Cycle Assessment of Metal Recovery from Electronic Waste" -- "1.1 Introduction" -- "1.2 Electronic Waste and Metal Recovery" -- "1.2.1 The Growth of Electronic Waste" -- "1.2.2 Disposal of Electronic Waste" -- "1.2.3 Electronic Waste Regulations in the European Union" -- "1.2.3.1 Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive" -- "1.2.3.2 Restriction of
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All Authors / Contributors: Eldon R Rene; Erkan Sahinkaya; Alison Emslie Lewis; Piet N L Lens
ISBN: 9783319611464 3319611461 9783319611457 3319611453
OCLC Number: 1011367178
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (XII, 278 Seiten 59 Illustrationen, 32 Illustrationen in color)
Contents: Chapter 1 - Life-cycle assessment of metal recovery from electronic waste.- Chapter 2 - Adsorption technology for removal of toxic pollutants.- Chapter 3 - Metal recovery from industrial and mining wastewaters using sulphate-reducing bioreactors.- Chapter 4 - Biological sulphate reduction for treatment of construction and demolition debris.- Chapter 5 - Lead and zinc metallurgical slags mineralogy and weathering.- Chapter 6 - Leaching and recovery of metals from metallic industrial sludges, dusts and residues.- Chapter 7 - Leaching and Recovery of Molybdenum from Spent Catalysts.- Chapter 8 - Biorecovery of metals from electronic waste.
Series Title: Environmental Chemistry for a Sustainable World, volume 9
Responsibility: Eldon R. Rene, Erkan Sahinkaya, Alison Lewis, Piet N.L. Lens (editors).

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This book presents an assortment of case-studies pertaining to the use of sustainable technologies for heavy metal removal and recovery from mining and metallurgical wastes, construction and  Read more...

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