Research Report 2014Copyright: Department of Processing and Recycling
The "Research Report 2014" comprises a collection of contributions with excerpts of recent research findings from various projects as well as student work to convey to the reader a deeper insight into our activities.
The 94-page report can be acquired from the publisher Shaker Verlag.
The recovery of untreated and inadequately utilized secondary resources from anthropogenic sources is the central task of the Department of Processing and Recycling.
Most importantly, the description of material systems, process chains and their modelling and assessment are emphasized in research and teaching with regards to technical, economic and environmental feasibility. Further information can be found in our research profile.