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

Iron(III) removal from acidic solutions using mesoporous titania microspheres prepared by vibrational droplet coagulation
Year: 
2021
Journal: 
JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Wyns, K; Gys, N; Varela, AD; Spooren, J; Atia, TA; Seftel, EM; Michielsen, B
Influence of CaO/FeO ratio on the formation mechanism and properties of alkali-activated Fe-rich slags
Year: 
2021
Journal: 
CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH
Siakati, C; Douvalis, AP; Hallet, V; Peys, A; Pontikes, Y
Fast microwave leaching of platinum, rhodium and cerium from spent non-milled autocatalyst monolith
Year: 
2021
Journal: 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND PROCESSING-PROCESS INTENSIFICATION
Abo Atia, T; Spooren, J
Extending Multilevel Statistical Entropy Analysis towards Plastic Recyclability Prediction
Year: 
2021
Journal: 
SUSTAINABILITY
Nimmegeers, P; Parchomenko, A; De Meulenaere, P; D'hooge, DR; Van Steenberge, PHM; Rechberger, H; Billen, P
Classification and Milling Increase Fly Ash Pozzolanic Reactivity
Year: 
2021
Journal: 
FRONTIERS IN BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Snellings, R; Kazemi-Kamyab, H; Nielsen, P; Van den Abeele, L

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