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Ivano Vassura — University of Bologna — Publications

Ivano Vassura — University of Bologna — Publications

L. Ciacci; L. Morselli; F. Passarini; A. Santini; I. Vassura, A comparison among different automotive shredder residue treatment processes, «THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT», 2010, 15, pp. 896 - 906 [Scientific article]. E. BERNARDI; C. CHIAVARI; C. MARTINI; L. MORSELLI; I. VASSURA, A monitoring network to evaluate the effects of urban ... Comparative study of mechanical characteristics of Polyethylene terephthalate is a thermoplastic polymer with a wide range of uses, including synthetic fibres and containers for beverages and other liquids. Recycling plastics reduces the amount of energy and natural resources needed to create virgin plastics. Polyethylene terephthalate containers and bottles are collected and then broken down into small flakes used ...

On-field investigation and process modelling of end-of

On-field investigation and process modelling of end-of

Jan 23, 2013 · Review of Italian experience on automotive shredder residue characterization and management. Cossu R, Fiore S, Lai T, Luciano A, Mancini G, Ruffino B, Viotti P, Zanetti MC. Waste Manag, 34(10):1752-1762, 25 Dec 2013 Cited by: 12 articles | PMID: 24373677 The dismantling of end-of-life vehicles in Estonia before End-of-Life Vehicles management: Italian material and energy recovery efficiency. Santini A, Morselli L, Passarini F, Vassura I, Di Carlo S, Bonino F. Waste Manag, 31(3):489-494, 12 Oct 2010 Cited by: 14 articles | PMID: 20943364

Configuration of Materially Retained Carbon in Our Society

Configuration of Materially Retained Carbon in Our Society

To achieve the goals of Paris Agreement, global society is directing much effort in substantially reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In addition to energy-related efforts, prevention of carbon release into the atmosphere with carbon capture and storage (CCS) and/or utilization of biomass resources is considered indispensable to achieving the global objective. In this study. (PDF) Challenges and Alternatives to Plastics Recycling in Japan’s Law for the Recycling of End-of-Life Vehicles (enforced in 2005) was established, in part, to address the problem of illegal dumping of automotive shredder residue (ASR) and diminishing space in disposal sites.

Table 1 from A Thermodynamic Model of the Outputs of

Table 1 from A Thermodynamic Model of the Outputs of

DOI: 10.2202/1542-6580.1523 Corpus ID: 53356063. A Thermodynamic Model of the Outputs of Gasification of Solid Waste @article{Hau2008ATM, title={A Thermodynamic Model of the Outputs of Gasification of Solid Waste}, author={J. Hau and R. Ray and R. Thorpe and A. Azapagic}, journal={International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering}, year={2008}. Environmental impacts of end-of-life vehicles’ management Morselli L, Santini A, Passarini F, Vassura I (2010) Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management. Waste Manage ...

A comparison among different automotive shredder residue

A comparison among different automotive shredder residue

Jul 18, 2010 · Morselli L, Santini A, Passarini F, Vassura I (2010) Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management. Waste Manage, in press. doi: 10.1016/www.outlookchermside.com.aun.2010.05.017 Nourreddine M (2007) Recycling of auto shredder residue. (PDF) Recycling of end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) for Waste of resin containing organic 1930.79 0.77 In Malaysia, the amount of waste from ELVs during the disposal Oily residue from workshop 526.36 0.22 process under improper management is alarming (Ahmed et al., Contaminated oil 9516.71 0.33 2014).

‪Fabrizio Passarini‬

‪Fabrizio Passarini‬

Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management L Morselli, A Santini, F Passarini, I Vassura Waste Management 30 (11), 2228-2234 , 2010 A comparison among different automotive shredder residue Jul 18, 2010 · Prog Polym Sci 27:2227–2277 and shredding processes. SAE Technical Paper Series, SAE Morselli L, Santini A, Passarini F, Vassura I (2010) Automotive International 2008-01-183 shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable manage- Scheirs J (2001) Polymer recycling, Australia. Science, Technology ment.

Polymers | Free Full-Text

Polymers | Free Full-Text

Pyrolysis and gasification have gradually become the main means to dispose of automobile shredder residue (ASR), since these methods can reduce the volume and quality of landfill with lower cost and energy recovery can be conducted simultaneously. As the ASR pyrolysis process is integrated, the results of pyrolysis reactions of organic components and the interaction among ... Waste management. 2010, Nº. 11 - Dialnet Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management. Luciano Morselli, Alessandro Santini, Fabrizio Passarini, Ivano Vassura. págs. 2228-2234. Comparison of end-of-life tire treatment technologies: A Chinese case ...

Automotive shredder residue: A survey of the hazardous

Automotive shredder residue: A survey of the hazardous

Morselli, L, Santini, A, Passarini, F, Vassura, I (2010) Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management. ... (2011) Automotive shredder residue (ASR): reviewing its production from end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) and ... ‪Fabrizio Passarini‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬ Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management L Morselli, A Santini, F Passarini, I Vassura Waste Management 30 (11), 2228-2234 , 2010

Ivano Vassura — Università di Bologna — Pubblicazioni

Ivano Vassura — Università di Bologna — Pubblicazioni

L Morselli; A Santini; I Vassura; F Passarini; L Ciacci, Auto shredder residue management: functional unit time dependency in LCA as decision tool., in: Abstract Book of SETAC Europe 20th Annual Meeting "Science and technology for environmental protection", BRUSSELS, SETAC, 2010, pp. 284 - 285 (atti di: SETAC Europe 20th Annual Meeting "Science ... Washing treatment of automotive shredder residue (ASR Aug 01, 2013 · The residual fraction, called automotive shredder residue (ASR), represents 25% of the ELV and is usually landfilled. ... L. Morselli, A. Santini, F. Passarini, I. Vassura. Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management. Waste Manage., 30 (2010), pp. 2228-2234. Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar.

Auto shredder residue recycling: Mechanical separation and

Auto shredder residue recycling: Mechanical separation and

May 01, 2012 · At the current state of the art, car recycling consists of depollution, dismantling, shredding, and metal separation operations, and is approximately 80% efficient, depending on the Member State and the technologies used (Santini et al., 2010). The remaining waste, automobile shredder residue (ASR), represents roughly 20% of the ELV mass and is mainly made up of ... Challenges and Alternatives to Plastics Recycling in the 2. Challenges and Obstacles Associated with Plastics Recycling. In order to meet the requirements for CO 2 emission reductions, vehicles are being light weighted with more plastics substituting for heavier materials, such as steel, where possible. CO 2 emissions originate predominantly from the use phase, with only ~1% being attributed to the recycling and waste ...

An international comparative study of end-of-life vehicle

An international comparative study of end-of-life vehicle

Aug 16, 2013 · Waste Manag Res sition. Waste Manag 17:475–482 21:459–466 70. Sakai S, Urano S, Takatsuki H (2000) Leaching behavior of 92. Morselli L, Santini A, Passarini F, Vassura I (2010) Automotive PCBs and PCDDs/DFs from some waste materials. Waste shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable man- Manag 20:241–247 agement. Aluminium flows in vehicles: enhancing the recovery at end Jul 31, 2013 · Morselli L, Santini A, Passarini F, Vassura I (2010) Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management. Waste ...

Luca Ciacci — University of Bologna — Publications

Luca Ciacci — University of Bologna — Publications

L Morselli; A Santini; I Vassura; F Passarini; L Ciacci, Auto shredder residue management: functional unit time dependency in LCA as decision tool., in: Abstract Book of SETAC Europe 20th Annual Meeting "Science and technology for environmental protection", BRUSSELS, SETAC, 2010, pp. 284 - 285 (atti di: SETAC Europe 20th Annual Meeting "Science ... Economic aspects of metals recover in: Physical Sciences Passarini F, Ciacci L, Santini A, Vassura I, Morselli L. Auto shredder residue LCA: implications of ASR composition evolution. J Clean Prod. 2012;23(1):28–36. Crossref

[PDF] Challenges and Alternatives to Plastics Recycling in

[PDF] Challenges and Alternatives to Plastics Recycling in

Plastics are increasingly a preferred material choice in designing and developing complex, consumer products, such as automobiles, because they are mouldable, lightweight, and are often perceived to be highly recyclable materials. However, actually recycling the heterogeneous plastics used in such durable items is challenging, and presents very different scenarios to how ... Polymer Recovery from Auto Shredder Residue by Projectile The number of vehicles on the road has been increasing at an enormous rate over the last decade. By 2015, the number of vehicles that reach the end of their life will be close to a million per year in Australia. Most metallic parts of the vehicle can be recycled but the plastic components and components of other materials are normally shredded and disposed in landfills.

LCM applied to Auto Shredder Residue (ASR)

LCM applied to Auto Shredder Residue (ASR)

Auto Shredder Residue (ASR) is the waste generated from End of Life Vehicles (ELVs) pre-treatment, dismantling, shredding and metals recovery operations. ASR consists of plastics, rubber, textiles, glass, fines, dirt, etc. and many time is contaminated with heavy metals, hydrocarbons and PCBs. Recycling plastics from automotive shredder residues: a go back to reference Morselli L, Santini A, Passarini F, Vassura I (2010) Automotive shredder residue (ASR) characterization for a valuable management. Waste Manag 30:2228–2234 CrossRef Morselli L, Santini A, Passarini F