A general overview of E-waste valorization toward nanomaterials design is provided. Cutting-edge materials including noble metal-containing samples are described, together with recent advances in E-waste, as sustainable source for catalysts design including electrocatalytic and photocatalytic applications. The present topic is, out of doubt, a very promising option to move into a more sustainable industry, allowing to reduce environmental issues related to E-waste accumulation as well as catalyst production costs.

Recycling electronic waste: Prospects in green catalysts design

Rodriguez-Padron Daily;
2020-01-01

Abstract

A general overview of E-waste valorization toward nanomaterials design is provided. Cutting-edge materials including noble metal-containing samples are described, together with recent advances in E-waste, as sustainable source for catalysts design including electrocatalytic and photocatalytic applications. The present topic is, out of doubt, a very promising option to move into a more sustainable industry, allowing to reduce environmental issues related to E-waste accumulation as well as catalyst production costs.
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