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Lead Recycling Process

  1. Collection of battery
  2. Battery breaking and separating
  3. Paste desulfurization
  4. Melting and reduction operation of paste
  5. Melting of grid,
  6. Refining of crude lead
  7. Slag process
  8. Gas cleaning system
  9. Acid neutralize and Effluent treatment

Copper Recycling Process

  • Collection of all types of disposed cable like industrial cable, household cable, jelly filled copper cable, copper residue, copper dross, low grade cable, high grade cable, fibre optic cable, and greasy cable
  • Once collected the Cable is tested and analysed,
  • Then they are stripped down and the content extracted for recycling including the plastics and rubber.
  • When copper scrap is received for recycling it is inspected and graded.
  • Scrap material is melted and in some cases brought to higher purity while molten.
  • Chemical analysis checks the purity level of the copper and the molten copper is  cast into shape such as a cake or ingot for further processing.
  • Copper alloy scrap has to be segregated, kept clean and identified so that the alloying elements and impurity content of each batch are known. Cooper alloys are then melted together into batches of known composition, some with virgin material so that the recycled material has the alloy composition desired. 

Brass Recycling Process

  • Once collected,
  • the Brass is segregated into grades
  • eventually melted down
  • re formed into billets and ingots for reuse.

Zinc Recycling Process

Different grades and varieties of zinc waste is used for recycling purposes and to recover pure zinc from the waste.

Zinc industry processes metal scrap for the recovery of zinc in the form of zinc oxide, zinc slabs, or zinc dust. The process of zinc recovery involves three general operations, viz. –

  • Collection of disposed Zinc
  • recovery starts with the separation of zinc-containing metals from other materials,
  • typically by magnetics, sink-float, or hand sorting.
  • Pretreatment
  • Melting
  • Refining

Secondary recovery starts with the separation of zinc-containing metals from other materials, typically by magnetics, sink-float, or hand sorting.

When non-ferrous metals have been mixed in shredder scrap, zinc metal can be separated from higher-melting metals, such as such copper and aluminum, through selective melting in a sweating furnace. A sweating furnace (rotary, reverberatory, or muffle furnace) slowly heats the scrap containing zinc and other metals to approximately 419.4°C; this temperature is adequate to melt zinc, however it is still below the melting point of the remaining metals.

In the case of zinc-galvanized steel, the zinc can be recovered largely in furnace dust after the scrap is charged into a steel making furnace and melted. Although it is expected that recycling will continue to be encouraged on the grounds of environmental sustainability.