• Delft Enterprises Umincorp

    Umincorp (Urban Mining Corp) was established in 2012 to develop and market its new, unique and patented MDS separation technology. This MDS (Magnetic Density Separation) technology makes use of ferromagnetic fluids and specially designed magnets.Umincorp VentureRadar,"Umincorp (Urban Mining Corp) was established in 2012 to develop and market its new, unique and patented MDS separation technology. This MDS (Magnetic Density Separation) technology makes use of ferromagnetic fluids and specially designed magnets.

  • MDS VentureRadar

    Delft Urban Mining Company Netherlands Private Urban Mining Delft (UMD) is a spin-off company of Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands. It is established in 2012 in order to develop and market its new, unique and patented MDS separation technology.Polystar Machinery VentureRadar,Delft Urban Mining Company Netherlands Private Urban Mining Delft (UMD) is a spin-off company of Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands. It is established in 2012 in order to develop and market its new, unique and patented MDS separation technology.

  • Umincorp

    The Magnetic Density Separation (MDS) technology was originally invented by the Resources and Recycling Group of Delft University of Technology. From the early idea in 2005, the research group lead by professor Peter Rem has contributed successfully to its further development.Umincorp: urban mining of plastics TU Delft,Umincorp has developed a technology that separates plastics with such accuracy that it enables true circularity of plastics. It doubles the recovery rate at lower cost, less environmental burden, and higher selectivity than state-of-the-art alternatives.

  • Ioniqa Technologies VentureRadar

    Delft Urban Mining Company Netherlands Private Urban Mining Delft (UMD) is a spin-off company of Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands. It is established in 2012 in order to develop and market its new, unique and patented MDS separation technology.Recycling refined TU Delft,Patented separation technology MDS is not new. The patented technology was conceived and developed by Rem and his colleagues some ten years ago. The Urban Mining Corp (UMC), of which TU Delft is a shareholder, is bringing the technique to market.

  • Recycling refined TU Delft

    The Urban Mining Corp (UMC), of which TU Delft is a shareholder, is bringing the technique to market. Biddinghuizen is home to an installation which can process twenty thousand tonnes of plastic a year, or a whopping sixth of all Dutch plastic waste, in a single process step. But Rem wants to take the technology much further.Urban Mining Corp Crunchbase,MDS can be applied in the field of recycling (urban mining), mineral processing (mining) and other application areas that demand high-reliable sorting in a profitable way like in the seed industry. UMC licenses its breakthrough MDS technology, offers MDS machines to companies and is open to form exclusive partnerships with clients in specific

  • Umincorp: urban mining of plastics TU Delft

    Umincorp has developed a technology that separates plastics with such accuracy that it enables true circularity of plastics. It doubles the recovery rate at lower cost, less environmental burden, and higher selectivity than state-of-the-art alternatives.Bin Hu Technical development specialist Urban Mining,Technical development specialist at Urban Mining Corp I brought a lab concept to a fully industrialized machine together with my colleagues. bij Urban Mining Corp. Delft University of

  • Valorisation magazine TU Delft by TU Delft Issuu

    Sep 29, 2015· for the Romanian market.” That is an economically viable scale for Romania; it is also a big step forward for the country that is currently only recycling about one per cent of its household waste.latest german technology crushing machine series jaw crusher,Crushing Machines,Stone Crushers,Rock Crushing,Gyratory. CHP ( A ) /CHS ( A ) series impact crusher is Zhengzhou Machinery Co.,Ltd. developed a new high efficiency crushing equipment, and its R D process is the Mechanical absorption of foreign advanced technology, combined with domestic actual situation optimization design research and development, the whole structure is simple and practical

  • Umincorp

    Our Magnetic Density Separation (MDS) technology creates an apparent density range inside a ferromagnetic fluid, enabling multiple density fractions in a single process. Our technology creates value by recycling mixed plastic streams directly into separated polymer groups with a purity of 99% in a single process step with a throughput of 1.5t/hr.Valorisation magazine TU Delft by TU Delft Issuu,Sep 29, 2015· Jaap Vandehoek & Peter Rem The Urban Mining Corp is on the brink of large-scale market introduction of its MDS technology for plastic recycling. It is the result of

  • Valorisation magazine TU Delft by TU Delft Issuu

    Sep 29, 2015· the potential for Urban Mining Corp is an order of. defying some of the odds. “Generally speaking, the. magnitude larger. An increase of scale that could. chances of investing in a technologyMagnetic Density Separation of Polymers,Urban Mining Corp is developing different machines depending on field of application: MDS installations for plastics (e.g. packaging polymers, technical polymers) MDS installations for heavy particles (e.g. heavy non-ferrous metals) MDS installations for analysis and

  • Home of Innovation Research Exhibition 2017 by TU Delft

    Umincorp: urban mining of plastics Jaap Vandehoek Prof. dr. Peter Rem. 28. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. WHY. 2. Umincorp has developed a technology that separates plasticsValorisation magazine TU Delft by TU Delft Issuu,Sep 29, 2015· With MDS, we. at TU Delft was vital. We regularly talked over the need a technology that is profoundly different from. with Urban Mining Corp, which specialises in

  • 3D City Models in the Context of Urban Mining TU Delft

    Recently, the application of machine learning and data fusion techniques on hyperspectral imagery have demonstrated potential for ground cover classification at material level. Hereby, specific locations of resources enclosed in cities (e.g. roof materials) can be identified, which is critically relevant within the field of urban mining.Search results TU Delft Repositories,Recyclage: In search for nomadic application of aluminium from urban mining in the design of a recycle learning center Hui, W.H. (author) The project site in Anderlecht, Belgium exists a fragmented urban fabric in terms of morphological evolution in the post-industrial period, functional mix of the urban plot, connection with the immediate

  • Magnetic Density Separation of Polymers

    Urban Mining Corp is developing different machines depending on field of application: MDS installations for plastics (e.g. packaging polymers, technical polymers) MDS installations for heavy particles (e.g. heavy non-ferrous metals) MDS installations for analysis and 3D City Models in the Context of Urban Mining TU Delft,Recently, the application of machine learning and data fusion techniques on hyperspectral imagery have demonstrated potential for ground cover classification at material level. Hereby, specific locations of resources enclosed in cities (e.g. roof materials) can be identified, which is critically relevant within the field of urban mining.

  • Bin Hu Technical development specialist Urban Mining

    Technical development specialist at Urban Mining Corp I brought a lab concept to a fully industrialized machine together with my colleagues. bij Urban Mining Corp. Delft University ofDelft University of Technology Delft, Netherlands TU,Find 19306 researchers working at Delft University of Technology Delft, Netherlands TU

  • Home of Innovation Research Exhibition 2017 by TU Delft

    Umincorp: urban mining of plastics Jaap Vandehoek Prof. dr. Peter Rem. 28. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. WHY. 2. Umincorp has developed a technology that separates plasticsSustainability Special Issue : Sustainable Urban Mining,Sustainability, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, In a world increasingly in demand of materials as well as concerned about environmental effects, there has been growing interest in urban mining: the extraction and utilization of materials from anthropogenic stocks.

  • Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management TU Delft

    Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management Department: VTI geographic information systems, open source computing, text mining, consumer and microdata, science and technology information, urban science, municipal policy making . Contact information Data collection, Data processing, Machine Learning, Data Visualization, Social NetworkMasters TU Delft,MSc Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering. MSc Nanobiology. MSc Offshore & Dredging Engineering

  • Search results TU Delft Repositories

    Recyclage: In search for nomadic application of aluminium from urban mining in the design of a recycle learning center Hui, W.H. (author) The project site in Anderlecht, Belgium exists a fragmented urban fabric in terms of morphological evolution in the post-industrial period, functional mix of the urban plot, connection with the immediateValorisation magazine TU Delft by TU Delft Issuu,Sep 29, 2015· for the Romanian market.” That is an economically viable scale for Romania; it is also a big step forward for the country that is currently only recycling about one per cent of its household waste.

  • Umincorp

    Urban Mining Corp gebruikt een innovatieve techniek om hoogwaardige grondstoffen uit plastic afval te produceren. Een demo-installatie, waarin magnetische vloeistof verschillende soorten plastic scheidt, draait inmiddels volledig. Er wordt ook hard gewerkt aan Urban underground space: Solving the problems of today’s,May 01, 2016· Continually improving tunnelling and excavation support technology adds to the success of urban rail systems. Advances in Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) technology now allow tunnelling in more difficult ground conditions even below the ground water table with little disturbance to the surface. Delft University Press (2003) Google

  • Circular Economy Sustainable Materials Management Coursera

    Offered by Lund University. This course looks at where important materials in products we use every day come from and how these materials can be used more efficiently, longer, and in closed loops. This is the aim of the Circular Economy, but it doesn’t happen on its own. It is the result of choices and strategies by suppliers, designers, businesses, policymakers and all of us as consumers.Daniel Sparing Machine Learning Engineer, Google Cloud,May 25, 2016· Delft University of Technology. data mining in telecom (churn, cross- and upsell modelling, fraud detection, price optimization) There is a growing pressure on urban public transport