Baghouse Solutions for Cleaner Air
Micronics’ Baghouse Solutions across industries from cement to energy-from-waste are daily contributing to cleaner air for our clients as well as protecting public health in our communities. There is no “away” when it comes to clean air and Micronics is fully engaged in ensuring that each and every one of our clients’ baghouses are fully in-compliance through our air pollution control products & services. The Micronics Engineered Filtration Group – and its trusted brands NFM, Filterfab, CPE, UPC, and AeroPulse – is a trusted turnkey baghouse solutions provider with a long-standing legacy in the air pollution control industry.
Environmentally-friendly Dewatering Solutions for Mining
Micronics, as a leading filtration partner in the mining and mineral processing industries, regularly helps clients throughout the world implement dry stacking of filtered high-volume mine tailings, a cost-effective dewatering solution that is an environmentally-friendly alternative to conventional tailings dams.
Supporting the Circular Economy
Micronics is an increasingly active participant in the growing circular economy. In the circular economy, the reuse of raw materials is optimized so that at the end of a product’s life cycle, many of the resources used to create it are recovered, recycled, and reused. The circular economy has well-established needs for both recycling liquids and capturing solids such as precious metals for reuse. Filter presses and belt filter presses are commonly used for dewatering & efficiently separating liquids and solids; Micronics is doing pioneering filtration work to enable and advance the circular economy.
Electronics including laptop computers, tablets, mobile phones, Bluetooth headphones, lead-acid batteries, lithium-ion batteries, and e-scraps from circuit boards are all areas that have high-value content that can be reused/recycled. Micronics is increasingly working with clients in the recovery of precious metals including nickel, zinc, copper, lead, cobalt, manganese, and lithium. Cobalt, nickel, and manganese are key elements in cathodes (positive electrodes) in Lithium-ion batteries used in electric vehicles (EVs), for instance.