Recovering Valuable Resources from Wastewater

Many current wastewater streams contain resources worth billions of dollars of lost product and lost opportunity. As the value of a wide range of resources skyrockets and producers scramble for ever greater recovery from depleted reserves and ores, recovery technologies are penetrating even the most...

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