2 edition of Waste processing and recycling in mining and metallurgical industries found in the catalog.
Waste processing and recycling in mining and metallurgical industries
International Symposium on Waste Processing and Recycling in Mining and Metallurgical Industries (1992 Edmonton, Alberta)
by Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum in Montreal, Quebec
Written in English
|Statement||editors: S.R. Rao ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Rao, S. Ramachandra., Metallurgical Society of CIM. Mineral Sciences and Engineering Section., Metallurgical Society of CIM. Hydrometallurgy Section., Conference of Metallurgists (31st : 1992 : Edmonton, Alta.)|
|LC Classifications||TD897.845 .I58 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 366 p. :|
|Number of Pages||366|
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Waste production and disposal in mining, milling, and metallurgical industries (A World mining book)Author: Roy E Williams.
Get this from a library. Waste Processing and Recycling in Mineral and Metallurgical Industries II: proceedings of the International Symposium on Waste Processing and Recycling in Mineral and Metallurgical Industries II, Vancouver, British Columbia, August[S R Rao; L M Amaratunga; G G Richards; Metallurgical Society of CIM.
Non-ferrous Pyrometallurgy Section.;]. Resource Recovery and Recycling from Metallurgical Wastes brings together the currently used techniques of waste processing and recycling, their applications with practical examples and economic potentials of the processes.
Emphasis is on resource recovery by appropriate treatment and techniques. associated with mining and metallurgical wastes, the mining and metal extraction industries can be integrated to form a circular economy model that promotes zero waste through the.
The second symposium on Greenhouse Gases in the Metallurgical Industries II was held in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on August 25th, The papers in the first symposium demonstrated that the Metallurgical Industry was taking steps to improve efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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