The recovery of raw materials related to durable goods (post-consumer), consisting of ferrous and non-ferrous metals and other materials, such as plastics, rubber, glass, textiles, etc., is a relatively recent aspect of recycling, which emerged when durable goods, introduced in the 1960s by the economic miracle, began produced in large quantities.
Over time, these complex assemblies of metals and non-metals have changed and become increasingly complicated. It is necessary to investigate or simply learn more about these complex assemblies of metals and non-metals because of their importance as secondary raw materials and the need for more effective recovery action that can condition and direct scrap processing. The scrap recycling chain must be aligned with a future-oriented economy that aims at the product as scrap and the scrap as product (sustainable development ˃ green economy ˃ circular economy). Recycling is also an activity that must be able to combine respect for the environment with economically sustainable solutions.
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