As part of the ForCYCLE II project on efficient use of dust from foundries, which is funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Consumer Protection (Bayerischen Staatsministerium für Umwelt und Verbraucherschutz) and carried out by the University of Augsburg, bifa Umweltinstitut and other partners in practice, a creative workshop was held at bifa Umweltinstitut in Augsburg with numerous representatives of industry and science.
In the workshop, initial approaches to solving the following issues were worked up together. Which treatment methods are ecologically and economically possible for such filter dust and what are the potential uses for the treated material flows?
Dust produced during the casting of iron is drawn off via exhaust extraction...
Start of a research project involving Augsburg University, bifa Umweltinstitut, four Bavarian foundries and two specialists for treatment technologies.
The topic of resource efficiency is highly relevant for the Bavarian economy, as it is very highly integrated into the international raw materials markets and would also like to continue to produce economically and in an environmentally friendly way in its locations in the long term. A modern, sustainable resource strategy is not only targeted at the start of the raw material chain (access, criticality), but it also links to the end of the material chain (residual materials, waste) to form closed recycling processes.
Prof. Dr. Richard Weihrich (MRM Institute of Augsburg University) and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rommel...
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