Recycling of metals
Despite separate collection, enormous amounts of metal still end up in incineration plants. In order for these metals to be recovered, the processing of incineration slags and the separation of the metals contained therein is required. The article describes the planning and realization of these two processing lines.
Even in the production of zinc parts using the die‑cast zinc method, residues of zinc accrue, which can again be melted‑down without any loss in quality.
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Dr. Petra Strunk, Editor-in-Chief recovery