Stainless adds shine to University of Toronto’s Health Sciences Complex

J.F. McGurn - November 01, 2012

Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex

The Mississauga campus of the University of Toronto has added an important teaching and research facility to its 90-hectare facility and the use of nickel-containing stainless steel will help it qualify for gold LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.

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Nickel and sustainability

Towards a circular economy

August 30, 2018


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A catalyst for sustainable operations
Nickel-containing catalysts are widely used in the refining and petrochemical industries worldwide. At end-of-life, catalysts are either sent to landfill or sent for recycling to recover the valuable metals they contain. Refineries in Kuwait are changing the way they handle spent catalysts.