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Leaching evaluation and performance assessments of asphalt mixtures with recycled cathode ray tube glass: A preliminary study

This research means to review the usefulness of the usage of recycled cathode ray tube glass in water-foamed asphalt mixes used in reduced quantity roadways. First, the leaching examination was made use of to characterize the seeping capacity of the CRT blends since there is high lead content in CRT glass, which might be hazardous to the groundwater if the unsafe lead seeps from the CRT mixes. The experimental results revealed that, although the measured lead leaching of the pure CRT glass bits was greater than the governing degree of 5 mg/L, the coated asphalt can efficiently protect the contact between CRT glass and the exterior environment, dealing with the seeping problems. Recycling CRT glass in asphalt mix need to be lugged out with severe care because if not done correctly, the possible leaching may remove the benefits of recycling unwanted waste materials.

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Cathode ray tubes glass recycling: A review

This paper points out the scholastic dispute in the threat of lead contained CRT glass and proposes a standard regulation for waste treatment and disposal: the lower threat concept. The results of this research could aid to understand waste CRT glass recycling and overview its future r & d.

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Utilization of waste cathode ray tube funnel glass for ultra-high performance concrete

Cathode ray tube funnel glass is categorized as a contaminated materials since it includes lead, which can endanger the environment and human wellness. Squashed CRT channel glass without lead removal was utilized to replace sand as fine aggregate in various proportions in UHPC. Results revealed that the enhancement of CRT glass can increase the flowability and lower the flexural and compressive toughness of UHPC. Meanwhile, the seeped lead focus of UHPC was still below regulatory restriction of U. S. code also when the replacement proportion gets to 100%. The working concept behind the sharp decrease in leached lead in UHPC was proposed, that is the dense microstructure and low permeability coefficient of UHPC can properly restrain the lead seeping from CRT glass. The findings of this research can provide a reliable alternative to reusing contaminated materials CRT without restrictions on the replacement ratio and safety problem.

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Dynamic and environmental performance of eco-friendly ultra-high performance concrete containing waste cathode ray tube glass as a substitution of river sand

The disposal of contaminated materials cathode ray tubes has ended up being a major environmental problem because of obsolescence of old screens and their high lead content. Making use of waste CRT glass to substitute river sand to make environment-friendly ultra-high efficiency concrete is an enticing recycling and resource preservation alternative. The usefulness of using silane combining agent changed steel fibers to enhance dynamic efficiency of environmentally friendly UHPC was checked out. Outcomes reveal that recycling waste CRT glass with environment-friendly UHPC substantially reduces the energy usage, CO ₂ discharges, human toxicity potential and disposal cost. SCA modified steel fibers are reliable in improving peak toughness and energy absorption capability of eco-friendly UHPC, suggesting better resistance to dynamic loads. SCA alteration strategy can boost the healing performance of waste CRT glass and advertise the ecological efficiency of UHPC.

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Green alkali-activated mortar: Sustainable use of discarded cathode-ray tube glass powder as precursor

As a lasting technique to reuse thrown out CRT glass, we evaluated the disposed of CRT glass powder at as much as 70% replacement by mass in alkali-activated slag mortar. Strength tests recommend that thrown out CGP can be made use of as a forerunner in AAS mortar without leading to serious stamina reduction, and alkali-silica response development results demonstrate the positive reduction effect of CGP in AAS mortar. According to the poisoning characteristic leaching treatment, when the thrown out CGP replacement is below 50%, lead leaching from the AAS mortars satisfies the regulative limit.

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Microwave‐assisted leaching of rare earth elements (Y and Eu) from waste cathode ray tube phosphor

Microwave‐assisted seeping was related to recuperate Y and Eu from waste CRT with sulfuric acid option as the leaching agent in the existing study. RESULTS: The results of microwave power and acid concentration on leaching performance of Y and Eu were checked out. Higher leaching efficiency was located when microwave power raised from 200 to 600 W, and was additionally located as acid concentration enhanced from 0. 5 to 2 mol L ⁻¹. Leaching performance of Y and Eu were 78. 07% and 100%, specifically, for Y and Eu within 60 min at microwave power of 400 W, making use of 2 mol L ⁻¹ of H ₂ SO ₄ at 10 g L ⁻¹ of solid to fluid ratio. FINAL THOUGHTS: The concentration of acid and microwave power influenced microwave‐assisted leaching of Y and Eu from waste CRT phosphor. Microwave‐assisted seeping might be an alternate process for rare earth elements healing.

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Evaluation of cathode ray tube (CRT) glass concrete with/without surface treatment

Utilizing the crushed waste Cathode Ray Tube glass as fine aggregate to generate concrete can be a reliable approach to fix the recycling problem. Especially, a two-step surface treatment approach was suggested to enhance the performance of CRT concrete by modifying the surface layer of CRT glass sands with NaOH option and Al3 remedy. In addition, the leaching degrees of lead in various concrete samplings was assessed by poisoning particular leaching procedure. The outcomes showed that the surface treatment technique of CRT glass sands could undoubtedly boost both the mechanical properties and resilience efficiency. Specifically, the leaching of lead degree in all concrete samplings was much less than the TCLP hefty metals limitation of 5 mg/L. This speculative study will promote the manufacturing of CRT glass concrete for secondary structural applications.

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Recovery of rare earths from waste cathode ray tube (CRT) phosphor powder with organic and inorganic ligands

Cathode ray tubes have a significant amount of uncommon earth aspects. Among the complexing agents examined, the pyrophosphate ion was located to be one of the most beneficial for the removal of REEs from CRTs, as an option to the conventional methods that utilize extremely raised temperatures and acidic services. Thermodynamic evaluations anticipate the formation of soluble REE-pyrophosphate complexes in a pH range of 2-- 8. REE dissolution from the without treatment CRT powder under these problems was extremely reduced, as a result of the encapsulation by other components in the powders, such as ZnS, and the high content of phosphates, that significantly limited the solubility of the REEs. The combination of these pretreatments totally eliminated the Zn and 79% of the phosphate ion, along with other base steels, leading to an improved exposure of REEs for succeeding leaching.

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The functional and environmental performance of mixed cathode ray tubes and recycled glass as partial replacement for cement in concrete

Offered the high demand for concrete globally and the quantity of energy made use of to produce concrete, it is rewarding to discover reduced embodied-energy materials to partly replace concrete to boost the ecological effects of concrete without decreasing the concrete performance. It is versus this background that this research aimed to examine the technological usefulness and the ecological effects of making use of an unique blend of recycled glass and CRT panel glass as pozzolanic material for changing a portion of regular rose city concrete in concrete. In addition, this study simultaneously took a look at the concrete practical performance and environmental effect, and the research was done at an industrial scale utilizing existing production infrastructure, production quantities, standard testing, and a life-cycle evaluation to sustain the useful screening and ecological effect quantification.

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Reclamation and Harmless Treatment of Waste Cathode Ray Tube Phosphors: Novel and Sustainable Design

In this paper, we propose a unique and sustainable process for recycling uncommon planets and zinc all at once from waste cathode ray tube phosphors. After that, a self-propagating, high-temperature synthesis reaction adhering to a water-leaching process is executed to reuse Zn uniquely. By following this eco-friendly recycling layout, the recuperation efficiencies of REs and Zn reach 99. 5% and 99%, respectively. The negative bivalent sulfur in ZnS and Y ₂ O ₃: Eu ³ ⁺ is converted totally to SO ₄ ²--, which efficiently stays clear of the secondary air pollution. This work is anticipated to open up new avenues for very effective, energy-saving, and pollution-reducing recuperation procedures for waste CRT phosphors.

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