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Current Status on the Recycling of Domestic Major Non-ferrous Metal Scraps
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 Title & Authors
Current Status on the Recycling of Domestic Major Non-ferrous Metal Scraps
Park, Hyungkyu; Sohn, Hosang;
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 Abstract
Since there are many kinds of non-ferrous metal, it is difficult to investigate the current status on the recycling of all the non-ferrous metals. Therefore, the survey is confined to some commercially important non-ferrous metals such as copper, aluminum, zinc, lead, nickel and magnesium in this article. Domestic demand and production of these non-ferrous metals in recent years (2010-2014) and recycling ratio of the scraps are estimated briefly here.
 Keywords
major non-ferrous metals;demand;production;scraps;recycling ratio;
 Language
Korean
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