Recovery of Nonferrous Values from Industrial Wastes.
In Effective Tech for Recycl Metal Proceeds of 2 Workshops Wash DC Nat Assoc Sec Mat :2 pages
This talk briefly describes the Bureau of Mines' current studies on the recycling and recovering of nonferrous wastes from diamond dust; mill tailings and foundry molding sands; electroplating wastes and rinse solutions; copper and brass smelter fumes and steel furnace dusts; scrap gold dental alloys; phosphatizing wastes; and sludges.
In Effective Tech. for Recycl. Metal, Proceeds of 2 Workshops, Wash., DC, Nat. Assoc. Sec. Mat.
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