You can also recover valuable elements from low-value residual streams and waste streams. We have specialised knowledge about physical separation techniques and advanced leaching methods that you can use for this. We investigate how we can recover critical and valuable metals from low-value metal-containing residual streams. This allows us to contribute to the transition to a circular economy.

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Publications

Conventional versus microwave-assisted roasting of sulfidic tailings: Mineralogical transformation and metal leaching behavior
Year: 
2022
Journal: 
MINERALS ENGINEERING
Kamariah, N; Kalebic, D; Xanthopoulos, P; Blannin, R; Araujo, FP; Koelewijn, SF; Dehaen, W; Binnemans, K; Spooren, J
Insights into CO2-mineralization using non-ferrous metallurgy slags: CO2(g)-induced dissolution behavior of copper and lead slags
Year: 
2022
Journal: 
JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Srivastava, S; Snellings, R; Nielsen, P; Cool, P
Combined Hydro-Solvo-Bioleaching Approach toward the Valorization of a Sulfidic Copper Mine Tailing
Year: 
2022
Journal: 
INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
Rodriguez, NR; Everaert, M; Folens, K; Busse, J; Atia, TA; Williamson, AJ; Machiels, L; Spooren, J; Boon, N; Du Laing, G; Binnemans, K
Recovery of copper, zinc and lead from photovoltaic panel residue
Year: 
2022
Journal: 
RSC ADVANCES
Xanthopoulos, P; Bevandic, S; Spooren, J; Binnemans, K; Kukurugya, F

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