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What is “urban mining”?

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20 thoughts on “What is “urban mining”?

  1. Urban mining is reclaiming elements from leftover waste from a building or something broken down in a city.

  2. The process of reclaiming compounds and elements from products, buildings and waste.

  3. The process of reclaiming compounds and elements from products, buildings and waste.

  4. The process of obtaining compounds and elements from products, buildings, and waste.

  5. Urban mining is the re-use of urban waste used to extract useful minerals.

  6. Urban mining is the process of regaining compounds and elements from products, buildings, and waste. Urban mining makes use of the old technology that we produce and then throw away each year.

  7. A process of reclaiming elements and compounds from products and waste

  8. Urban mining is the process of reclaiming compounds and elements from products, buildings and waste.

  9. The process of reclaiming compounds and elements from products, buildings, and waiste.

  10. Urban Mining is the re-use of urban waste in order to extract useful materials..

  11. Urban mining is reusing useful materials in sewage waste.

  12. Urban mining is recycling products, buildings, and waste to reclaim elements, mostly rare earth metals. It is a environmental friendly way to get those rare earth metals without mining.

  13. Urban mining is reclaiming resources in waste, so it’s a lot like recycling

  14. Urban mining is the process of retrieving elements and compounds from used products, bilidings, and waste.

  15. Urban mining is obtaining resources from buildings and other such structures for use again.

  16. Urban mining is the process of retrieving elements and compounds from used products.

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