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Metals Recovery From Electronics Scrap Being Driven by Research Funding

Fresh funding from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)-based REMADE (Reducing Embodied-Energy and Decreasing Emissions) Institute has provided significant boost to research aimed at recovering metals from printed circuit boards (PCBs). This is the third round of funding, after the first two rounds in July 2018 and May 2019.

The funding, announced in August this year, selected two e-scrap related projects involving recovery of valuable metals from PCBs.

One among the projects is the Low-Concentration Metal Recovery from Complex Streams Using Gas-Assisted Microflow Solvent Extraction (GAME) project led by Virginia Tech and Phinix LLC focuses on developing cost-effective method of extracting and purifying precious metals obtained from PCBs.

The second is the project titled “Development and Validation of Metal Separation Technology for Complex Metal Systems”, which is led jointly by Penn State University and CHZ Technologies. It focuses on developing a cost-effective and environment-friendly leaching technique for extracting valuable metals from PCBs.

Furthermore, the Institute has issued its fourth request for proposals, aimed at investing up to $35 million in research and development projects. The fourth round of funding will focus on projects in connection with domestic recycling of plastics.

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