Lab tests such as this are an ideal way to demonstrate the recovery capabilities of emew for a variety of electrolytes and feed materials. In most cases, these tests can be done right at your site so you can see the results for yourself.
This particular test is to demonstrate the recovery of copper cathode from a copper sulphate feed solution. We can test a range of feed materials to recover not only copper, but also silver, nickel, tin and others. This copper sulphate solution was prepared ahead of time and roughly 3L transferred to the feed tank.
Modern mobile technology offers tech professionals various ways to stay on top of things when it comes to equipment news, technology updates, or resource price fluctuations. We gathered together five mobile applications that can help metal and wastewater professionals keep up with rapidly changing industry trends.
As with many things, sometimes we need a map to guide us to our chosen destination. Same can be said for metal recovery. Have you found yourself with a throughput of material that you know has salvagable metals in it, such as copper, silver, tin, or nickel? ...while also scrambling to figure out who you need to talk to for your metal recovery needs?
In the last decades, we have witnessed a decline in metal concentrations in ores. As a result, mining projects have become more expensive due to the massive amounts of ore that now have to be processed in order to extract pure metal. At the same time, the demand for metals have increased since more and more people in the world are moving to growing cities and want the latest cars, technological gadgets, and computers. Population growth demands housing, infrastructure improvements, public transportation, energy and so on. So, how do we keep up with the increasing demand for metals while producing countless tons of industrial and electronic waste? The answer is Urban Mining.
While Elon Musk compares AI to “summoning the demon” and Bill Gates doesn’t “understand why some people are not concerned” that artificial intelligence slowly but steadily becomes a part of our daily lives. Our mobile phones are equipped with Siri, Cortana or Google Now that assist us with daily tasks. Self-driven cars are already on our roads, driving thousands of miles with ZERO accidents (or at least they are not the reason for the accidents). Retailers like Amazon and Target use a self-educating software that can anticipate your needs and offer you the next product to buy even before you know you need it. How about these online customer support chats? Did you know that most of them are machines hiding behind human names? Many of them have the ability to learn and to adapt to the tone of questions in order to search company websites and present the right information to the customer.