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A new video featuring the Sepro Fine Slag Treatment Plant (FSTP) and the Sepro Falcon Concentrator has been released by the Rapperswil University of Applied Sciences (HSR) in Switzerland. The video promotes HSR’s Renewable Energy and Environmental Engineering program by following the testwork, design and commissioning of the Sepro FSTP.

The Sepro Fine Slag Treatment plant is used for the recovery of gold and other heavy metals from incinerator bottom ash which has been screened at 2mm. The +2mm particles are washed and fed to a conventional coarse slag treatment plant, while the -2mm particles are processed by the Sepro FSTP.

For more information on the HSR Renewable Energy and Environmental Engineering program, please visit their website which can be viewed in both English and German.

For more information about the Sepro Fine Slag Treatment plant, please contact us today!

2017-05-29T14:23:33+00:00 November 8th, 2016|