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

Conjoint bioleaching and zinc recovery from an iron oxide mineral residue by a continuous electrodialysis system
Year: 
2020
Journal: 
HYDROMETALLURGY
Williamson, AJ; Folens, K; Van Damme, K; Olaoye, O; Atia, TA; Mees, B; Nicomel, NR; Verbruggen, F; Spooren, J; Boon, N; Hennebel, T; Du Laing, G
Near-zero-waste processing of low-grade, complex primary ores and secondary raw materials in Europe: technology development trends
Year: 
2020
Journal: 
RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING
Spooren, J; Binnemans, K; Bjorkmalm, J; Breemersch, K; Dams, Y; Folens, K; Gonzalez-Moya, M; Horckmans, L; Komnitsas, K; Kurylak, W; Lopez, M; Makinen, J; Onisei, S; Oorts, K; Peys, A; Pietek, G; Pontikes, Y; Snellings, R; Tripiana, M; Varia, J; Willquist
Recovery and application of magnetic nanosized sorbents from waste lithium-ion batteries
Year: 
2020
Journal: 
CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL
Atia, TA; Granata, G; Spooren, J; Pagnanelli, F
Selective recovery of zinc from goethite residue in the zinc industry using deep-eutectic solvents
Year: 
2020
Journal: 
RSC ADVANCES
Rodriguez, NR; Machiels, L; Onghena, B; Spooren, J; Binnemans, K

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