Salts Recycling

In processes that produce salts, it is important that you understand how salts recycling works, as this means that you will be in the best possible position to make the right decisions about how to deal with your waste.

The process is in four specific stages:

  1. The materials are milled and sorted. The exact procedure at this point will depend on the type of residue that is being dealt with.
  2. Any hazardous substances which are present will be filtered out and removed from the material.
  3. Any secondary oxide products will be separated from the rest of the salts, and washed.
  4. At this stage, only the salts should be remaining, and they will be crystallised.

There are several products which can come out of this process, which may go on to be used in industrial activities or as fertiliser on farm crops – meaning that there are a number of reasons that this type of material is so important.

If you’re not sure about how to start with salts recycling then just give us a call. We would be more than happy to help with everything that you need to know, and we certainly have the expertise in our team to enable us to assist you.

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