Metal flows and recovery of metals from urban and mine

CSIRO Cutting Edge Science and Engineering Symposium, 2019 • Clayton, Victoria Australia

45
People

Artem Golev

Research Fellow at The University of Queensland

Talk summary

Australia generates significant urban waste and enormous amounts of mine waste every year. While being different in nature and content, both waste streams have a potential for higher metal recovery, driven by a complex set of environmental, economic and regulatory factors. This presentation will overview metaluse and circulation in the Australian economy, highlighting some opportunities for capturing additional value from waste. In the mining sector, combining waste reprocessing and metal recovery with better practices in mined land rehabilitation is potentially one way to unlock the value of waste, addressing both environmental and economic concerns.

About this talk

Type

Workshop

Date

On May 27th, 2019

Event

CSIRO Cutting Edge Science and Engineering Symposium, 2019 (go to website)

Location

Clayton, Victoria Australia

Audience size

In front of 45 people