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Title: Advanced recovery of useful products from spent catalysts waste, REMACAT
Authors: Pascu, Luoana Florentina
Keywords: Environmental protection
Heavy metals
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: Responsible management of waste resulting from the processes is a priority appropriately labeled in the domestic legislation and the European one. Aligning the latter involves chemical waste recovery as an obligation of each Member State and thus of all the factors involved in the life cycle of any product, and - also an important economic opportunity. The project's major objective is environmental protection by recycling complex catalysts that have underlying exhausted and means of handling organic solvents in order to reduce emissions of heavy metals and pollution with aromatic organic materials into the environment. The second major objective - the economic one is that seeks the metallic compounds with relevance in advanced materials engineering and wastewater, increasing the energy efficiency of catalytic processes in organic synthesis and advanced solvent recovery and waste water, using principles of green chemistry. The objective of the project refers to complex catalyst exhausted (CuAlCl4 * toluene) resulting from lawsuits COSORB namely: the separation and purification of toluene recovery as metallic copper powder, recovery of aluminum (III) as a gelling agent in water treatment. In the latter objective, aims and exploitation of iron scrap existing industrial partner in order to obtain a gelling agent mixed Al (III) and Fe (III).
Description: PN-II-PT-PCCA-2013-4-0612
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