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

Optimization of phosphate recovery from urine by layered double hydroxides
Year: 
2019
Journal: 
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
Dox, K; Everaert, M; Merckx, R; Smolders, E
Recovery of iron and lead from a secondary lead smelter matte by magnetic separation
Year: 
2018
Journal: 
MINERALS ENGINEERING
Kukurugya, F; Rahfeld, A; Mockel, R; Nielsen, P; Horckmans, L; Spooren, J; Broos, K
Decision making guidelines for mining historic landfill sites in Flanders
Year: 
2018
Journal: 
WASTE MANAGEMENT
Winterstetter, A; Wille, E; Nagels, P; Feilner, J
Inline multi-material identification via dual energy radiographic measurements
Year: 
2018
Journal: 
NDT & E INTERNATIONAL
Duvillier, J; Dierick, M; Dhaene, J; Van Loo, D; Masschaele, B; Geurts, R; Van Hoorebeke, L; Boone, MN
Forecasting the recycling potential based on waste analysis: A case study for recycling Nd-Fe-B magnets from hard disk drives
Year: 
2018
Journal: 
JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION
Peeters, JR; Bracqguene, E; Nelen, D; Ueberschaar, M; Van Acker, K; Duflou, JR

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