The city as a raw material mine

The raw materials of many houses and cars end up in the garbage at the end of their lives. Researchers want to recover the valuable materials.

by MARTIN ANGLER

All labs are cold, white and sterile? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that. Apartment no. 270 in the small Swiss town of Dübendorf is flooded with light and has warm wooden floors

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