Mineral recycling turns industrial

Secondary raw materials left from industrial processes could come into their own in the next five or ten years, aided by market changes and better recycling technology. This is a major step towards a zero-waste economy, suggests Mike O'Driscoll

by Mike O'Driscoll
Gypsum can be recycled from demolition waste. Photograph: GtoG Project
Gypsum can be recycled from demolition waste. Photograph: GtoG Project

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