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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium REWAS 2019: Rethinking Production
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS Light Metals Division
TMS: Recycling and Environmental Technologies Committee
Organizer(s) John A. Howarter, Purdue University
Mingming Zhang, Wood Mackenzie
Gabrielle Gaustad, Alfred University
Elsa Olivetti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Scope There are additional sustainability benefits with high potential in the production sector. How do we decrease emissions and effluents in production? How can we achieve sustainable process design? How will clean energy technologies be manufactured? How do we measure and quantify embodied energy (how do existing methods fall short and how do we align internationally)? How can we enable cost-effective and efficient collection and reprocessing of wastes? What are technologies and strategies for managing mixed materials. How can trace, tramp, and other unwanted contaminants be removed from secondary streams? What are opportunities for direct use of end of life products to make new products with minimal or no reprocessing? How to reach near zero waste production?

Other REWAS 2019 Symposia include:

- Disruptive Material Manufacturing- Scaling and Systems Challenges

- Secondary and Byproduct Sources of Materials and Minerals

- Cast Shop Recycling Technologies

- Education and Workforce Development

Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: None Selected

Effect of CO Partial Pressure on Extraction of Alumina from Coal Fly Ash during Carbothermal Reduction Process
I-1: Degradation of Ore Colector with Photo-Oxidation UV/H2O2 and Photo-Fenton
I-2: Influence of Metallic Impurities on Solvent Extraction of Cobalt and Nickel from a Laterite Waste Liquor
I-4: Isolation of Cyanide-degrading Bacteria from Cassava-processing Effluent
In Furnace Dross Pressing - IFDP
Recycling Steel Manufacturing Wastewater Treatment Solid Wastes via In-process Separation with Dynamic Separators
Sustainable Use of Precious and Rare Metals through Biotechnological Recycling
TAHA Dross Processing: A Proven Technology for Processing Dross with Great Aluminum Recoveries and Zero Waste
Tannic Acid – A Novel Intumescent Agent for Epoxy Systems

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