Handbook of Recycling

Editors: Worrell, Ernst and Reuter, Markus
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology

Single-User Purchase Price: $179.94
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $269.91
ISBN: 978-0-12-396459-5
Category: Science - Environmental sciences
Image Count: 223
Book Status: Available
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Authoritatively discusses the multifaceted field of metal and materials recycling, reuse and reclamation in one compact volume, uniquely synthesizing industrial application alongside policy and economic implications

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Table of Contents

  • List of Contributors
  • Part I: Recycling in Context
  • 1 Recycling A Key Factor for Resource Efficiency
  • 2 Definitions and Terminology
  • 3 Recycling in Context
  • 4 Recycling Rare Metals
  • 5 Theory and Tools of Physical Separation/Recycling
  • Part II: Recycling - Application & Technology
  • 6 Recycling of Steel
  • 7 Copper Recycling
  • 8 Lead Recycling
  • 9 Zinc and Residue Recycling
  • 10 Recycling of Rare Metals
  • 11 Recycling of Lumber
  • 12 Paper Recycling
  • 13 Plastic Recycling
  • 14 Glass Recycling
  • 15 Textile Recycling
  • 16 Cementitious Binders Incorporating Residues
  • 17 Industrial By-products
  • 18 Recovery of Metals from Different Secondary Resources (Waste)
  • 19 Recycling of Carbon Fibers
  • 20 Recycling of Construction and Demolition Wastes
  • 21 Recycling of Packaging
  • 22 Material-Centric (Aluminum and Copper) and Product-Centric (Cars, WEEE, TV, Lamps, Batteries, Catalysts) Recycling and DfR Rules
  • 23 Separation of Large Municipal Solid Waste
  • 24 Recovery of Construction and Demolition Wastes
  • 25 Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Management
  • 26 Developments in Collection of Municipal Solid Waste
  • Part III: Strategy and Policy
  • 27 From Recycling to Eco-design
  • 28 Recycling and Labeling
  • 29 Informal Waste Recycling in Developing Countries
  • 30 Squaring the Circular Economy: The Role of Recycling within a Hierarchy of Material Management Strategies
  • 31 The Economics of Recycling
  • 32 Geopolitics of Resources and Recycling
  • 33 Recycling in Waste Management Policy
  • 34 Voluntary and Negotiated Agreements
  • 35 Economic Instruments
  • 36 Information Instruments
  • 37 Regulatory Instruments: Sustainable Materials Management, Recycling, and the Law
  • Appendix 1: Physical Separation 101
  • Appendix 2: Thermodynamics 101
  • Appendix 3: Life-Cycle Assessment