Elemetal

Elemetal

Closing the recycling loop with hydrometallurgical technology

Waste Management & Recycling | Netherlands | Community Development | Pollution Prevention & Waste Management

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Elemetal was founded in August 2009 with a focus on up cycling of non ferrous metals from secondary/waste streams. Today we have built an expertise in separating difficult waste streams through hydrometallurgical and physical separation processes and have several granted patents. Your inseparable stream is our challenge!We consist of highly motivated people with a background in chemical engineering mining mechanical and process engineering to provide a custom solution for the requirements of each customer.

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Waste Management & Recycling C Corporation Operating 2 - 10 employees

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YES!Delft, Technopolis Molengraaffsingel 12 2629 JD
Delft, Netherlands



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Tweet from Anglo American: RT @AngloAmerican: #DidYouKnow nickel was an accidental discovery in 1751. It means 'devil's copper' in German. Posted Mon Jun 16 3:26 pm

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