The weight of recycled copper in Europe
    increased to 43% in 2008. Production of
    secondary refined electrolytic copper
    increased from 800 to 857 thousand tons,
    while the use of directly melted copper
    decreased from 1.242 to 1.150 thousand
    tons. An improved feature of copper is
    its infinite purity during recycling.
    Copper recycling may be made from scrap
    valves, pipes, as well as from wastes
    derived from direct melting.
  • WEEE
    WEEE include chemicals that are highly
    hazardous against environment and
    health: mercury, lead, chrome, bromine,
    halogen chemicals like CFC
    (chlorofluorocarbon, which is
    responsible for damages caused to the
    ozone layer). Given their hazard level,
    they should not be disposed into dump
    sites. They must be collected
    separately and recycled, for the
    protection of life and environment.
    Recycling of aluminum wastes is an
    important source of raw materials for
    secondary metallurgy of aluminum.
    Recycling is made by melting sorted
    wastes, using various types of ovens.
    Power consumption for recycling
    aluminum is significantly lower than
    consumption incurred when producing
    primary aluminum, for which reason
    this procedure is considered to be
    more environment-friendly.
  • WEEE
    WEEE stands for "waste electrical and
    electronic equipment". This category
    mainly includes any domestic or
    industrial equipment that comprises
    electronic components or electric
    engines. In Europe, the WEEE increase
    rate is 4 times higher compared to
    household wastes. Toxicity of electric
    and electronic wastes is 10 times
    higher compared to regular wastes.
    Recapitalization of ferrous wastes derived
    from technological process scrap and from
    old ferrous materials contributes to
    environment protection as the costs for
    raw material processing is higher with up
    to 50% compared to recycling costs, and
    in the same time emission of hazardous
    chemicals into the atmosphere is
    significantly reduced when recycling
    ferrous materials compared to raw
    material processing.

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