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Electronic Waste


Electronic Waste

Recycling and Reprocessing for a Sustainable Future
1. Aufl.

von: Maria E. Holuszko, Amit Kumar, Denise C. R. Espinosa

133,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-VCH
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 19.11.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9783527816408
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 336

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<p><b>Discover the latest technologies in the pursuit of zero-waste solutions in the electronics industry </b></p> <p>In <i>Electronic Waste: Recycling and Reprocessing for a Sustainable Future</i>, a team of expert sustainability researchers delivers a collection of resources that thoroughly examine methods for extracting value from electronic waste while aiming for a zero-waste scenario in industrial production. The book discusses the manufacturing and use of materials in electronic devices while presenting an overview of separation methods for industrial materials. </p> <p>Readers will also benefit from a global overview of various national and international regulations related to the topic of electronic and electrical waste. <br /><br /> A must-read resource for scientists and engineers working in the production and development of electronic devices, the authors provide comprehensive overviews of the benefits of achieving a zero-waste solution in electronic and electrical waste, as well as the risks posed by incorrectly disposed of electronic waste. </p> <p>Readers will enjoy: </p> <ul> <li>An introduction to electronic waste, including the opportunities presented by zero-waste technologies and solutions </li> <li>Explorations of e-waste management and practices in developed and developing countries and e-waste transboundary movement regulations in a variety of jurisdictions </li> <li>Practical discussions of approaches for estimating e-waste generation and the materials used in electronic equipment and manufacturing perspectives </li> <li>In-depth treatments of various recycling technologies, including physical separation, pyrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy, and biohydrometallurgy </li> </ul> <p>Perfect for materials scientists, electronic engineers, and metal processing professionals, <i>Electronic Waste: Recycling and Reprocessing for a Sustainable Future</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of industrial chemists and professionals working in organizations that use large amounts of chemicals or produce electronic waste. </p>
VISION AND OPPORTUNITIES<br> OVERVIEW OF CURRENT PRACTICES<br> Globally<br> OECD<br> Non-OECD<br> Developed and developing economies and everything in between<br> STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND DATA COLLECTION<br> E-waste classification<br> Sales/annual<br> E-waste generation tracking systems<br> REGULATIONS IN VARIOUS JURISDICTION<br> European Union (western and eastern Europe)<br> North America (USA, Canada, Mexico)<br> South America (Brazil, Chile, Argentina)<br> Asia (China, Japan, India, Australia)<br> MANUFACTURING AND USE OF MATERIALS IN ELECTRONIC DEVICES<br> Metals, rare earths<br> Plastic<br> Fiberglass<br> Composite<br> New materials<br> TECHNOLOGIES USED IN RECYCLING AND REPROCESSING OF E-WASTE<br> Sorting and crushing<br> Separation of metals, reprocessing and metal recovery <br> Separation of plastic and reprocessing and re-utilization, <br> Separation of non-metal fraction, reprocessing and re-utilization<br> Environmental aspects of reprocessing and reducing the harm through the disposal<br> FINAL DISPOSAL PRACTICES AND FINDING NEW SOLUTIONS FOR CLOSING THE LOOP FOR ZERO WASTE SCENARIO<br> LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS OF E-WASTE AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION FOR THE ENGINEERING DESIGN <br> SOCIAL-ECONOMIC ASPECT OF RECYCLING AND REPROCESSING E-WASTE<br> FUTURE OF E-WASTE RECYCLING AND REPROCESSING FOR ZERO WASTE DISPOSAL SCENARIO<br>
<p><b><i>Maria E. Holuszko</b> is Assistant Professor at Norman B. Keevil Mining Engineering, University of British Columbia (Canada) she is Co-founder and Leading Scientist at Urban Mining Innovation Center. She studied Mineral Processing at the Silesian University of Technology (Poland) before gaining her Master’s and PhD degrees in Mineral Processing at the University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada. Her current research interests are in recovery of value from industrial steams and in the recycling of electronic waste with the aim of recovery of critical metals and non-metal fractions to facilitate circularity in electronics.</i></p> <p><b><i>Amit Kumar</b> received his PhD from the University of British Columbia in e-waste recycling and completed his undergraduate studies in Mineral Engineering at the Indian School of Mines (India) and received his Master’s Degree at the University of British Columbia. His work is in the field of recycling of electrical and electronic wastes to achieve zero-waste scenario.</i> <p><b><i>Denise C.R. Espinosa </b>is an Associate Professor at the University of São Paulo (Brazil) and coordinates the Laboratory of Recycling, Waste Treatment, and Extraction (LAREX) at the Department of Chemical Engineering. She completed her Master’s and Ph.D. Degree in Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering at the University of São Paulo. Her work is in the recycling of electronic wastes and industrial and mining wastes towards sustainable development.</i>
<p><b>Discover the latest technologies in the pursuit of zero-waste solutions in the electronics industry </b></p> <p>In <i>Electronic Waste: Recycling and Reprocessing for a Sustainable Future,</i> a team of expert sustainability researchers delivers a collection of resources that thoroughly examine methods for extracting value from electronic waste while aiming for a zero-waste scenario in industrial production. The book discusses the manufacturing and use of materials in electronic devices while presenting an overview of separation methods for industrial materials. <p>Readers will also benefit from a global overview of various national and international regulations related to the topic of electronic and electrical waste. <p>A must-read resource for scientists and engineers working in the production and development of electronic devices, the authors provide comprehensive overviews of the benefits of achieving a zero-waste solution in electronic and electrical waste, as well as the risks posed by incorrectly disposed of electronic waste. <p>Readers will enjoy: <ul><li>An introduction to electronic waste, including the opportunities presented by zero-waste technologies and solutions </li> <li>Explorations of e-waste management and practices in developed and developing countries and e-waste transboundary movement regulations in a variety of jurisdictions </li> <li>Practical discussions of approaches for estimating e-waste generation and the materials used in electronic equipment and manufacturing perspectives </li> <li>In-depth treatments of various recycling technologies, including physical separation, pyrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy, and biohydrometallurgy </li></ul> <p>Perfect for materials scientists, electronic engineers, and metal processing professionals, <i>Electronic Waste: Recycling and Reprocessing for a Sustainable Future</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of industrial chemists and professionals working in organizations that use large amounts of chemicals or produce electronic waste.

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