Water Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling: Aqueous Recovery Methods provides data regarding the implementation of aqueous methods of processing of WEEEs at the industrial level. Chapters explore points-of-view of worldwide researchers and research project managers with respect to new research developments and how to improve processing technologies. The text is divided into two parts, with the first section addressing the new research regarding the hydrometallurgical procedures adopted from minerals processing technologies. Other sections cover green chemistry, bio-metallurgy applications for WEEE treatment and the current developed aqueous methods at industrial scale. A conclusion summarizes existing research with suggestions for future actions.
- Provides a one-stop reference for hydrometallurgical processes of metal recovery from WEEE
- Includes methods presented through intended applications, including waste printed circuit boards, LCD panels, lighting and more
- Contains suggestions and recommendations for future actions and research prospects
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Part 1 1. WEEE characterization, division and regulation 2. WEEE generation and the consequences of this waste disposal 3. Current WEEEs recycling solutions 4. Hydrometallurgical processing of waste printed circuit boards (WPCBs) 5. Improvements of cyanidation process for precious metals recovery from WPCBs 6. Treatment of spent fluorescent lamps, cathode-ray tubes and spent catalysts hydrometallurgical procedures 7. Spent LCD panels processing by hydrometallurgical methods 8. Hydrometallurgy in recycling of spent NdFeB permanent magnets 9. Current legislation and methods of treatment of waste waters coming from WEEEs processing
Part 2 10. Bio-metallurgical methods for WPCBs treatment 11. Recovery of precious metals by ionic liquids 12. Application of ionometallurgy for rare earths recovery from WEEE 13. HydroWEEE Project 14. Conclusions and suggestions for further actions
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