ProSUM: Prospecting secondary Raw Materials in the Urban Mine and Mining Wastes
Paper i proceeding, 2016

ProSUM-Latin for 'I am useful'-aims to provide better information on raw materials from secondary origins. It focuses in particular on the content of Critical Raw Materials (CRMs) from Batteries (BATT), Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), End of Life Vehicles (ELV) and Mining Wastes (MIN) available for processing in Europe. However, data for these products are usually very scattered amongst a variety of institutions, including government agencies, universities, NGOs and industry. This deficit is addressed in this H2020 funded project. ProSUM will establish a European network of expertise on secondary sources of CRMs, vital to today's high-tech society. It coordinates efforts to collect secondary CRM data and collate maps of stocks and flows for materials and products in the 'urban mine'. The project will construct a comprehensive inventory identifying and mapping CRM stocks and flows across the European Union (EU). Via a user-friendly, open-access Urban Mine Knowledge Data Platform (EU-UMKDP), it will combine and relate them to primary raw materials data from the EU-FP7 Minerals4EU project and communicate the results online through the future European Geological Data Infrastructure (EGDi) at large. It will also provide update protocols, standards and recommendations to maintain and expand the EU-UMKDP in the future.

Författare

J. Huisman

United Nations University

H. Habib

United Nations University

M. G. Brechu

United Nations University

S. Downes

Repic Ltd

L. Herreras

Weee Forum

A. N. Lovik

Forschungsinstitution fur Materialwissenschaften Und Technologie Eth-Bereichs

P. Wager

Forschungsinstitution fur Materialwissenschaften Und Technologie Eth-Bereichs

D. Cassard

BRGM

F. Tertre

BRGM

P. Mahlitz

Technische Universität Berlin

S. Rotter

Technische Universität Berlin

P. Chancerel

Technische Universität Berlin

Maria Ljunggren Söderman

Chalmers, Energi och miljö, Miljösystemanalys

2016 Electronics Goes Green 2016+, EGG 2016, Berlin, Germany, 6-9 September 2016

7829826

Ämneskategorier

Naturresursteknik

DOI

10.1109/EGG.2016.7829826

ISBN

978-1-5090-5208-0