Recycling and Reprocessing for a Sustainable Future
1. Auflage Dezember 2021
336 Seiten, Hardcover
This book covers technological aspects related to the recycling and reprocessing of electronic waste. It also presents an overview of data collection, statistical analysis, socio-economic issues as well as regulations across the globe.
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Chapter 2 - E-waste management and practices in developed and developing countries
Chapter 3 - E-waste transboundary movement regulations in various jurisdiction
Chapter 4 - Approach for estimating e-waste generation
Chapter 5 - Materials used in electronic equipment and manufacturing perspectives
Chapter 6 - Recycling Technologies - Physical separation
Chapter 7 - Recycling Technologies ? Pyrometallurgy
Chapter 8 - Recycling Technologies ? Hydrometallurgy
Chapter 9 - Recycling Technologies ? Biohydrometallurgy
Chapter 10 - Processing of non-metal fraction from printed circuit boards and re-utilization
Chapter 11 - Life cycle analysis of e-waste: Cellphone recycling
Chapter 12 - Biodegradability and compostability aspects of organic electronic materials and devices
Chapter 13 - Circular economy in electronics and future of e-waste
Denise Crocce Romano Espinosa is Associate Professor at the Chemical Engineering Department of the University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil. She received her degrees in Metallurgical Engineering from USP and authored more than 400 scientific publications. Professor Espinosa was a Visiting Researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) and a Visiting Professor at the University of British Columbia (Canada). Espinosa's academic research has focused on recycling processes, waste treatment, hydrometallurgy, extractive metallurgy and WEEE recycling since the 1990s. She is currently a technical advisor at USP's Environmental Management Superintendence, a member of USP's representation with the São Paulo Environmental State Council CONSEMA, and Vice Head of the Chemical Engineering Department at USP.
Amit Kumar is a PhD student at the University of British Columbia. He completed his undergraduate studies in Mineral Engineering at the Indian School of Mines (India) and received his Master's Degree at the University of British Columbia. His work is in the field of recycling of electrical and electronic wastes to achieve zero-waste scenario.