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<Report> Feasibility of protecting and recovering critical raw materials through infrastructure development in the south east of England: summary report

Adrian Chapman, Oakdene Hollins Ltd for EPOW, May 2011
The study was conducted under the EU Life funded European Pathway to Zero Waste (EPOW) project, which is researching approaches to improving resource efficiency and realising value from waste, as a contribution to moving towards a zero waste to landfill economy.

Conducted under the European Pathway to Zero Waste (EPOW) EU Life-funded project, the purpose of this study was to examine applications of the EU’s list of 14 critical materials, review existing practices associated with their recovery, and identify the end markets with greatest potential for increased recovery. The study identifies the ten most promising markets for critical material recovery and makes recommendations for key players.

Link to 'Feasibility of protecting and recovering critical raw materials through infrastructure development in the south east of England: summary report'
Link to 'European Pathway to Zero Waste project'


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