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European Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Network
A life cycle assessment study will be conducted within the EREAN project under the supervision of Oeko-Institut. The aim is to quantify the environmental benefits associated with the introduction of neodymium-iron-boron magnet...
Challenges to Recycling and Environmental Aspects of Metals
Challanges to Recycling and Environmental Aspects of Metals
Critical Review Concerning LCA BTW Ford & Umicore
Assessing Mineral Resources in the Human Society: Metal Stocks and Recycling Rates`a report for the International Panel for Sustainable Resource Management
Consultancy services to Eurometaux in the development of industry proposals to the raw materials initiative
Critical Metals for the future sustainable technologies and their recycling potential