Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute

 

Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute
Science and Engineering for Florida's Environment and Economy


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Overview of FIPR's Reclamation Program and Priorities with current and past research projects
Overview of FIPR's Public & Environmental Health Program and Priorities with current and past research projects
Overview of FIPR's Mining & Beneficiation Programand Priorities with current and past research projects
Overview of FIPR's Chemical Processing and Phosphogypsum Programand Priorities with current and past research projects


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Beneficiation of Phosphates VII
An ECI Conference Series

March 29 - April 3, 2015
Melbourne, Australia

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Beneficiation of Phosphates VII
will cover the following topics:

  • Flotation and other physical separation techniques
  • New reagents development and testing
  • Beneficiation of carbonaceous phosphates
  • Processing of low-grade phosphates
  • Analysis and process control
  • Equipment and process development
  • Advances in phosphoric acid manufacturing
  • Recovery of rare earths from phosphate
  • Recovery of uranium, thorium and other values from phosphate
  • Phosphogypsum utilization
  • Sustainable development and the environment.

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FIPR Institute
Board of Directors
Next Regular Meeting:
Fri., Sept. 19, 2014, 9:30am

FIPR Institute Annual Report 2012-2013

2011-2016
Strategic Plan Available Now

Beneficiation of
Phosphates VII

2014
Phosphate Conference


 

 
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