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Can hazardous waste become a raw material?: the case study of an aluminium residue

AuthorsLópez-Delgado, Aurora CSIC ORCID
KeywordsHazardous waste
Aluminium industry
Added-value materials
Issue Date28-May-2010
AbstractIndustry in general and the aluminium industry, in our particular case, has to face significant challenges from the demands of both the market and society. This means a continuous development in innovation, side by side with the protection of the environment to achieve a sustainable framework. The research community must provide the industry with a wealth of technological solutions to overcome these challenges. This speech was designed to show the contribution of the “Medio Ambiente y Reciclado” research group (CENIM-CSIC) to achieving this aim. And thus, several types of recovery solutions for a hazardous aluminium waste, developed for us, are shown in this paper.
Description“Industrial & Hazardous Waste Management Conference”,Guest Speaker by Kavaq Business Intelligence. Dubai, EAU , 8-9 nov. 2009
Appears in Collections:(CENIM) Comunicaciones congresos

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