The MAR concept
MAR hydrometallurgical recovery processes for metals from metal containing waste.
The MECER process
Solvent extraction process for the recovery of ammoniacal etching liquors.
The NIFE process
Nickel and cadmium recovery from accumulator scrap.
The UDDAMAR process
A pyro/hudro-metallurgical concept for metal waste recovery.
The Gullspang process
Separation of iron, cobalt and nickel from scrap alloy by solvent extraction - electrochemical procedure.
The SOTEX process
Recovery of vanadium from flue ash (soot) emanating from oil burned power stations.
The AX process
Recovery of metals and acids from stainless steel pickling baths.
Cd-elyt purification process
Extraction of nickel from a cadmium electrolyte.
The SAEC process
Purification of green phosphoric acid to food grade.
The leaching by biotechnology in combination with well-established solvent extraction procedures will provide attractive alternatives in hydrometallurgical process technology.
The Mongstad process
Removal of hydrocarbon solvents from seawater.
The PASCH Process
Phosphorus recovery from sewage sludge ash by a wet-chemical process.
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