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Flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States

Flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scrap metals -- Recycling -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Scott F. Sibley.
    SeriesCircular -- 1196-A-M.", U.S. Geological Survey circular -- 1196 A-M.
    ContributionsSibley, Scott F., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS214 .F57 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16344981M
    LC Control Number2003049319
    OCLC/WorldCa52602781

    Tantalum Recycling in the United States in Ch. in Flow Studies for Recycling Metal Commodities in the United States, Circular –A–M, Tantalum (Ta). Ch. in Metal Prices in the United States Through , Scientific Investigations Report –, Other Company reports and news releases. International Symposium. Historical Statistics for Mineral and Material Commodities in the United States (Data Series )—This report provides a compilation of statistics on production, trade, and use of approximately 90 mineral commodities since as.

    A dynamic material flow analysis model is developed to quantify aluminum in-use stocks and old scrap recycling and recovery in the United States for the period of to Author: Weiqiang Chen. Founded in as a one-man scrap metal operation and reestablished in , New City Recycling, has become a major presence throughout the United States with our Recycling and Auto Core Business, and Internationally with our Importing/Exporting and Brokerage Business (NCR Global and Golden Tree).

    material recycled in the United States last year, by value ISRI estimates that nonferrous metal scrap — including highly valued precious metal scrap — accounted for more than half of total U.S. scrap recycling industry earnings in File Size: 7MB. In Flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States, US Geological Survey, Reston, VA, USA Google Scholar 7. Shang S et al () Innovative vacuum distillation for magnesium by: 1.


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Flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States Download PDF EPUB FB2

USGS Circular“Flow Studies for Recycling Metal Commodities in the United States,” presents the results of flow studies for recycling 26 metal commodities, from aluminum to zinc.

These metals are a key component of the U.S. economy. Overall, recycling accounts for more than 40 percent of the U.S. metal supply.

Marcia K. McNutt Director. Flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States / edited by Scott F. Sibley. "Circular A-M" Includes bibliographic references. Scrap metals—Recycling—United States I. Sibley, Scott F. Geological Survey (U.S.) TSF57 —dc22 ISBN Cited by: Overview of flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States: USGS Circular AA [Sibley, Scott F., U.S.

Department of the Interior, United] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Overview of flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States: USGS Circular AAAuthor: Scott F.

Sibley. OCLC Number: Notes: "Circular A-M." Description: 1 volume (various pagings): illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: A. Gold recycling in the United States in / by Earle B.

Amey --B. Platinum recycling in the United States in / by Henry E. Hillard --C. Chromium recycling in the United States in / by John F. Papp --D.

Zinc recycling in the United States in /. From toU.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists studied 26 metals to ascertain the status and magnitude of their recycling industries. The results were published in chapters A-Z of USGS Circularentitled, "Flow Studies for Recycling.

As one of a series of reports that describe the recycling of metal commodities in the United States, this report discusses the titanium metal fraction of the titanium economy, which generates and uses titanium metal scrap in its operations.

Data for were selected to demonstrate the titanium flows associated with these operations. This report includes a description of titanium. Recycling-Metals; Special Publications. Cr, Cu, Mn, Mo, Ni, and Steel Commodity Price Influences Open-File Report ; Flow Studies for Recycling Metal Commodities in the United States CA-M; Historical Statistics for Mineral and Material Commodities in the United States Data Series Molybdenum; Metal Prices in the United States.

Flow Studies for Recycling Metal Commodities in the United States Circular (Supersedes Open-File Report ) Global Flows of Metals and Minerals Open-File Report –; Global Stocks of Selected Mineral-based Commodities Scientific Investigations Report Zinc recycling in the United States in Title Zinc recycling in the United States in Statement of responsibility by Josef Plachy Creator.

Plachy, Jozef; Contributor. Geological Survey (U.S.) Subject. Zinc -- Recycling -- United States; Language eng Member of.

U.S. Geological Survey circular; Flow studies for recycling metal commodities. Environmental Baseline and Mining in Remote Alaska. By Carol Ann Woody, Sarah O’Neal, Copper recycling in the United States in Chap.

X of Sibley, S.R., Flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States. U.S. Geological Survey Circular –X, p. X1–X Flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States. Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Circular. Additive manufacturing and sustainability: an exploratory study of the.

OCLC Number: Notes: Title from PDF title page (viewed on J ). Supersedes U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Chapter U of Flow studies for recycling metal commodities in the United States. We have assembled extensive information on the cradle-to-gate environmental burdens of 63 metals in their major use forms, and illustrated the interconnectedness of metal production systems.

Related cumulative energy use, global warming potential, human health implications and ecosystem damage are estimated by metal life cycle stage (i.e., mining, purification, and refining).Cited by: Flow Studies for Recycling Metal Commodities in the United States ; Recycling Metals; Aluminum Recycling Antimony Recycling in the United States in Materials Flow Analysis of Arsenic in the United States Beryllium Recycling in the United States in Cadmium Recycling in the United States in Cadmium Recycling in the United States in.

There is no national law in the United States that mandates recycling, and state and local governments often introduce their own recyclingthe recycling/composting rate for municipal solid waste in the US was %.

A number of U.S. states, including California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Oregon. Metals Dataset. The metal life cycles examined are pictured in Figure 1 for the 64 elements, Beryllium Recycling in the United States in In: Sibley SF, editor.

Flow Studies for Recycling Metal Commodities in the United States. Reston, VA: U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S.

Geological Survey (USGS). Cited by: T. Goonan, “Titanium Recycling in the United States in ,” Flow Studies for Recycling Metal Commodities in the United States, ed.

Sibley, (U.S. Geological Survey Circular), Y1–Y Google ScholarAuthor: Toru H. Okabe, Yu-ki Taninouchi. Elizabeth Olenbush, Foundry Industry Recycling Starts Today (FIRST) Minerals Yearbook- Recycling Metals.

U.S. Geological Survey. (PDF) Flow Studies of Recycling Metal Commodities in the United States. Sibely, S. U.S. Geological Survey. (PDF) See chapter "Iron and Steel Recycling in the United States in " Internationally:Author: Lucia Orlando.

Scrap Metal & Commodities Recycling Report is brought to you by Greg Brown CEO of BENLEE Trailers as well as Raleigh & Goldsboro Metal Recycling. For more in. Current recycling rates in the Unite States are obtained from statistics derived from a single source, that is, the BCI.

The BCI reported that the recycling rates for lead content in the LAB lifecycle for the tothe toand the to time periods were %, %, and %, respectively. ELSEVIER Resources, Conservation and Recycling 15 () resouTcesj conservation and recycling Metals recycling in the United States Scott F.

Sibley *, William C. Butterman, and Staff 1 Branch of Metals, US Bureau of Mines, MS7th St. N. 14I, Washington DCUSA Received 5 July ; accepted 13 July Abstract Twenty-two metals for Cited by: Scrap Metal & Commodities Recycling Report February 10th Global Economic, Commodities, Scrap Metal, and Recycling Report February 3, This is the Global Economic, Commodities, Scrap Metal and Recycling Report, by BENLEE Roll off.• Exploration of the impact of export markets on prices of selected commodities and their price volatility (Table 1).

• Exploration of data regarding supply and demand for the selected commodities and how supply and demand impact price, recycling rates, and disposal (Table 2). Indicators and Observations. Table 1.