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Definition of priority research & development directions to foster french expertise in critical metals recycling

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Critical metals are mostly imported by European companies. However, many products imported in Europe contain these metals. Therefore, these products- at the end of their life - become a potential source for critical metals recovery.
The current reintroduction rate of these metals in the production cycle is very low. Public authorities[…]  Plus de détails

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Auteurs MONIER Véronique, PLANCHON Mariane, LEMEILLET Alexis, SAÏDI Nada, SCAPIM-YAMAGUCHI Tayll, BIO BY DELOITTE, ADEME
Public(s) Secteur de la recherche
Administration publique
Thématique Déchets/Economie circulaire
Recherche et Innovation
Collection Expertise
Date d'édition 2017/06
Type de document Synthèse d'expertise
Nb. de pages 58 P + 209 P
Format pdf/A4
Langue EN

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Critical metals are mostly imported by European companies. However, many products imported in Europe contain these metals. Therefore, these products- at the end of their life - become a potential source for critical metals recovery.
The current reintroduction rate of these metals in the production cycle is very low. Public authorities wish to foster French expertise in critical metals recycling.

  • This study defines priority directions for the development of a French expertise in critical metals recycling using :
  • An international literature review on public policies regarding critical metals
  • A snapshot of French R&D on critical metals recycling
  • An analysis of strengths and weaknesses of French R&D players on a national and global level.

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