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    • Biohydropyrolysis of polymeric components of E-waste 

      Chan, Oi Sum (University of Sydney Faculty of Engineering & IT School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 2014-08-31)
      The rapid advance in information technology and the relentless desire of consumers for the “state of the art” products have led to an accelerated obsolescence of e-waste. The majority of technologies that are being developed ...
    • Bioleaching of Gold and Copper from Electronic Waste Using Sulphate Reducing Bacteria 

      Hong, Young (University of Sydney Faculty of Engineering and IT School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 2018-09-30)
      This thesis examined a novel hybrid method to recover gold and copper from electronic waste (e-waste) based on combination of biological and chemical generation of thiosulphate reagent. E-waste is growing waste stream rich ...