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Urban mining : resource conservation in the Anthropocene / publisher: German Environment Agency, Section III 2.2 – Resource Conservation, Material cycles, Minerals and Metal Industry ; concept and editing: Felix Müller ; authors: Felix Müller, Christian Lehmann, Jan Kosmol, Hermann Keßler, Til Bolland ; in collaboration with Johanna Wurbs, Sabine Thalheim, Doreen Heidler, Regina Kohlmeyer, Christopher Manstein, Bernd Engelmann
VerfasserLehmann, Christian ; Kosmol, Jan ; Keßler, Hermann ; Bolland, Til
BeiträgerWurbs, Johanna ; Thalheim, Sabine ; Heidler, Doreen ; Kohlmeyer, Regina ; Manstein, Christopher ; Engelmann, Bernd
HerausgeberMüller, Felix
KörperschaftDeutschland
ErschienenDessau-Roßlau : German Environment Agency, Section III 2.2 – Resource Conservation, Material cycles, Minerals and Metal Industry, [2019?]
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2nd edition, as of February 2019
Umfang1 Online-Ressource (68 Seiten, 5,08 MB) : Illustrationen, Diagramme
SpracheEnglisch
URNurn:nbn:de:gbv:3:2-123794 
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Urban Mining has been on everyone’s lips for some years, being the quasi-mining of raw materials in urban areas both in cities and communities. Urban Mining requires more and better guidelines and a far-sighted strategy for material flow management. A management concept including a prospective knowledge and decision base for the secondary raw material industry and for local governments is needed. Through this brochure, the German Environment Agency wishes to convey a common understanding of Urban Mining and to encourage its steady progress by using this strategic approach.

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Urban Mining has been on everyone’s lips for some years being the quasi-mining of raw materials in urban areas both in cities and communities. Urban Mining requires more and better guidelines and a far-sighted strategy for material flow management. A management concept including a prospective knowledge and decision base for the secondary raw material industry and for local governments is needed. Through this brochure the German Environment Agency wishes to convey a common understanding of Urban Mining and to encourage its steady progress by using this strategic approach.