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Organizations relating to Metallic Elements and Alloys

Metalock International Association / Ashby-de-la-Zouch, UK / Est. 1953
International Zinc Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1990
Tantalum-Niobium International Study Center / Lasne, Belgium / Est. 1974
International Society for Zinc Biology / Est. 2007
NBIA Alliance / Est. 2012
European Calcium Silicate Producers Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1989
European Rare-Earth and Actinide Society / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 1989
European Foundry Association, The / Düsseldorf, Germany / Est. 1953
International Bioiron Society / Schaumburg IL, USA / Est. 2003
Organization of European Copper Alloy Ingot Makers / Berlin, Germany / Est. 1989
Fédération européenne des associations de négociants en aciers, tubes et métaux / Luxembourg, Luxembourg / Est. 1999
International Tungsten Industry Association / London, UK / Est. 1988
Nordic Galvanizers / Danderyd, Sweden
Scandinavian Copper Development Association / Espoo, Finland
Asian Ferroelectric Association / Shanghai, China
Metal Packaging Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2017
Quali Middle East Association / Dubai, United Arab Emirates / Est. 2006
ASEAN Iron and Steel Industry Federation / Shah Alam, Malaysia / Est. 1977
European Catalyst Manufacturers Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1983
European Aluminium Foil Association / Düsseldorf, Germany / Est. 1972
European Committee for Iron and Steel Standardization / Est. 1953
Vanadium International Technical Committee / Tunbridge Wells, UK / Est. 1972
American Iron and Steel Institute / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1908
METALS FOR BUILDINGS / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2011
ASM International / Materials Park OH, USA / Est. 1913
Silver Institute / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1971
EURODIF Corporation / Est. 1973
International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology / Leende, Netherlands / Est. 1994
International Copper Study Group / Lisbon, Portugal / Est. 1992
Aluminium Stewardship Initiative
International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1896
International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Shipbuilders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers / Kansas City KS, USA / Est. 1893
International Copper Association Southeast Asia / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1992
Minerals, Metals and Materials Society / Pittsburgh PA, USA
International Lead Management Center / Research Triangle Park NC, USA / Est. 1996
World Uranium Hearing Society / Munich, Germany / Est. 1987
Battery Council International / Chicago IL, USA / Est. 1924
Artisanal Gold Council / Victoria BC, Canada / Est. 2008
SIL LEAD / Washington DC, USA
London Bullion Market Association / London, UK / Est. 1987
Copper Development Association Africa / Germiston, South Africa / Est. 1962
Cadmium Association / Est. 1976
Gas Centrifuge Study Association / Est. 1973
Institute of Ferro-Alloy Producers in Western Europe / Est. 1970
International Commission on Radium Standards / Est. 1910
International Union for Electrodeposition and Surface Finishing / Est. 1952
European Brass Teachers Association / Est. 1993
International Copper Development Council / Est. 1961
European Gold Manufacturers Association / Temse, Belgium / Est. 1991
International Association for the Study of Disorders of Iron Metabolism

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World Problems relating to Metallic Elements and Alloys

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Mercury as a pollutant
Environmental hazards from metals
Spent radioactive artillery shells
Gulf War syndrome
Plutonium pollution
Lead as an environmental pollutant
Mercury amalgam fillings
Metal contamination of soil
Soil salinization
Iron deficiency anaemias
Chromium as a pollutant
Copper ore and concentrates shortage
Health hazards of aluminium
Corrosion of iron and steel
Lead as a health hazard at work
Dubious viability of nuclear fuel reprocessing plants
Lead contamination of wetlands
Cadmium as a pollutant
Toxic metal pollutants
Cobalt as a pollutant
Protectionism in steel and basic metal industries
Lead poisoning in the home
Plutonium overproduction
Vanadium as a pollutant
Manganese as a health hazard

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
Using gold
Mining gold
Ensuring environmental standards do not lead to unjustified trade restrictions
Effecting metal crafts
Using tin
Using molybdenum
Using manganese
Developing tin industry
Investigating tin
Saving gold

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