Minor Elements 2000: Processing and Environmental Aspects of As, Sb, Se, Te, and Bi
The production of primary commodities is often not profitable without by-product credits. If these minor elements are not managed through proper handling and disposal methods, companies can find themselves with environmental concerns that can result in regulatory difficulties as well as costly remediation obligations. Reduced profits are a possibility if a company sells the primary commodity and is penalized for having excessive minor element concentrations.
Edited by Courtney Young. Published by SME in 2000. 420 pages.
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