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Published on 14 August 2021

PROSPECTS FOR CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES FOR PROCESSING OF SUBSOIL WASTE USE

Alexander V. Kurkov, Svetlana I. Anufrieva, Alexander V. Temnov

The need to decide the problem of growing accumulation of waste for the purposes of sustainable development and the creation of a closed-loop economy, improving the rational use of natural resources stimulate the creation of conditions for improving the efficiency of the use of waste generated during subsoil use – the main and separate group of production and consumption waste. The Considered legislative initiatives of the Government of the Russian Federation on improving the state regulation of the use of subsoil waste are considered. Technological and environmental limitations of involvement in the development of subsoil use waste are considered. The article provides an overview of modern technologies and equipment for processing mineral raw materials that are promising for involving in the processing of subsoil use waste. Examples of the development and commercial implementation of technologies for extracting valuable components from subsoil use waste are presented. Improving the processes of processing mineral raw materials and the experience of processing man-made raw materials in Russia and the world provide prerequisites for the creation of new non-waste (or) low-waste methods for processing subsoil use waste ensuring high extraction of valuable components and the use of non-metallic components.

CityMoscow
CountryRussia
UDC662.7:553
Issue2021, № 2 (Т. 13)
Key wordssubsoil waste use, man-made raw materials, mineral raw materials, equipment, processing technologies, minerals, useful components.
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Tags: минеральное сырье, оборудование, техногенное сырье, отходы недропользования, технологии переработки, полезные ископаемые, ценные компоненты.

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