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Waste valorization, also known as beneficial reuse, value recovery, or waste reclamation, is the act of valorizing (giving economic value to) waste products or leftovers from an economic process through reuse or recycling in order to create economically usable resources. The word is derived from sustainable manufacturing and economics, as well as industrial ecology and waste management methods. The word is most commonly used in industrial processes when waste from one product's creation or processing is used as a raw material or energy source for another. Industrial trash, in particular, is an excellent candidate for valorization since it is more consistent and predictable than other types of wastes, such as domestic waste. Waste valorization is a notion that coexists alongside recycling and reuse technologies. Valorization, or "enhancement of value," is the process of transforming residues into higher-value goods. Quality chemicals, materials, fuels, and energy, as well as a variety of other items valuable to a local economy, can be produced as a result. To achieve this goal, it is necessary to have both technical expertise and a global perspective. Many times, residues and products must be seen from a broader perspective than simply one industry. In order to create a closed system of valuation, industries must communicate with one another in the global economy.
Title : Urban Biomining: The use of microbial biominers in the bio-uptake of metals from electronic scrap
Ellen Cristine Giese, Centro de Tecnologia Mineral, Brazil
Title : Management of e-waste by microbial process
Aparna Gunjal, Dr. D. Y. Patil, Arts, Commerce & Science College, India
Title : Manufacture of a high performance ceramic membrane based on silicon carbide recycled from kerf loss sludge
Mouna Hecini, The Research Center in Semiconductor Technology for Energetics,, Algeria
Title : Experimental and computational study of the adsorption mechanisms of heavy metals and industrial effluents by the monte carlo method, the molecular dynamics and density functional theory
Mohamed Abdennouri, Sultan Moulay Slimane University of Beni Mellal, Morocco
Title : Impact and production of wet waste and conversion into compost in alborz industrial town
Hadi Erfani, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Title : Chemically degradable thermoset matrix for recycling structural polymer composites
Jin Woo Yi, Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS), Korea, Republic of