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Metallic Elements and Alloys

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Organizations relating to Metallic Elements and Alloys

European Mixed Metal Solid Stabilizers Association
ASM International / Est. 1913
International Conference on Rapidly Quenched Metals
International Bureau of Associations of Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Retailers of Jewellery, Gold and Silver Ware / Est. 1926
Agreement Concerning Interim Arrangements Relating to Polymetallic Nodules of the Deep Sea Bed / Est. 1982
Re-Rollers Federation of Iron and Steel for the European Communities / Est. 1953
International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers / Est. 1896
Aluminium, Brick and Glass Workers International Union / Est. 1981
International Californium-252 Brachytherapy Society / Est. 2002
European Association of Mining Industries, Metal Ores and Industrial Minerals / Est. 1996
European Calcium Society / Est. 1997
World Bureau of Metal Statistics / Est. 1946
Cadmium Association / Est. 1976
Gas Centrifuge Study Association / Est. 1973
Institute of Ferro-Alloy Producers in Western Europe / Est. 1970
European Tin Stabilizers Association
African Organization of Mines, Metal, Energie, Chemical and Allied Trade Unions / Est. 1979
Council of European Employers of the Metal, Engineering and Technology-Based Industries / Est. 1962
Copper Benelux / Est. 1990
European Secretariat of Manufacturers of Light Metal Packages / Est. 1959
European Calcium Silicate Producers Association / Est. 1989
BCIRA / Est. 1921
Gold Bloc / Est. 1929
Association of Tin Producing Countries / Est. 1983
Southeast Asia Tin Research and Development Centre / Est. 1977

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World Problems relating to Metallic Elements and Alloys

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Lycaenidae
Threatened species of Lamprotornis cupreocauda
Excessive consumption of salt
Threatened species of Bangsia aureocincta
Threatened species of Chioglossa lusitanica
Nickel allergy
Threatened species of Lycaena hermes
Threatened species of Lycaena
Threatened species of Bangsia melanochlamys
Threatened species of Tijuca atra
Soil salinization
Threatened species of Paralucia spinifera
Threatened species of Poecilmitis
Iron deficiency anaemias
Threatened species of Syrmaticus soemmerringii
Lead as an environmental pollutant
Iron overload disorders
Threatened species of Bidyanus bidyanus
Threatened species of Leto venus
Threatened species of Poecilmitis lyncurium
Chromium as a pollutant
Threatened species of Polyonymus caroli
Threatened species of Lycaena dispar
Acid mine drainage
Gulf War syndrome

Action Strategies relating to Metallic Elements and Alloys

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against health hazards in the metals industries
Reprocessing spent nuclear fuel
Protecting against toxic metals as health hazards
Developing basic metal industries
Processing ferrous scrap
Preventing erosion of metals
Reducing heavy metal pollution
Producing plutonium
Recycling non ferrous metals
Recycling metals
Controlling transboundary emissions of heavy metal pollutants
Disposing of materials containing heavy metals
Recycling materials containing heavy metals
Combating lead in environment
Reducing uncertainty over status of monetary gold
Mining gold
Ensuring environmental standards do not lead to unjustified trade restrictions
Effecting metal crafts
Developing tin industry
Investigating tin
Saving gold
Reducing plutonium production
Exploring for precious metals
Exploring for rare earths
Producing ferrous alloys

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