electronic waste recycling Equipment in Nebraska

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Austin AI - Model QXR-EW - Electronic Waste Sorting & Separating System

by Austin AI, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Austin AI's QXR-EW is a unique core system that rapidly and accurately sorts and separates electronic scrap material into product specific categories based on its chemical composition. Based on proven Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) technology, the QXR-EW system is ideal for E-Recycling industry.

Electronic Waste Recycling Systems

by Garb Oil & Power Corporation     based in Murray, UTAH (USA)

Garb offers turnkey solutions for electronic waste plants. We are one of the leading project suppliers for E-Waste plants and we work closely with our customers to fulfill their specific needs for a customized packaged solution. Electronic waste is the fastest-growing waste sector in the world and most people think of precious metals used in ...

E-Waste

by Superb Quality Recycling Company     based in Guangdong, CHINA

With advanced recycling facilities and machineries, professional teams and strong expertise, Superb Quality Recycling Company supplies a variety range of recyclable materials to worldwide markets including:1) Ferrous Metal Scraps – Steel, stainless steel, iron.2) Nonferrous Metal Scraps – Aluminium, brass, copper, lead, nickel, tin, titanium, ...

Electronic Waste Electronic

by Superb Quality Recycling Company     based in Guangdong, CHINA

With advanced recycling facilities and machineries, professional teams and strong expertise, Superb Quality Recycling Company supplies a variety range of recyclable materials to worldwide markets including:1) Ferrous Metal Scraps – Steel, stainless steel, iron.2) Nonferrous Metal Scraps – Aluminium, brass, copper, lead, nickel, tin, titanium, ...

Electrical Waste

by Superb Quality Recycling Company     based in Guangdong, CHINA

With advanced recycling facilities and machineries, professional teams and strong expertise, Superb Quality Recycling Company supplies a variety range of recyclable materials to worldwide markets including:1) Ferrous Metal Scraps – Steel, stainless steel, iron.2) Nonferrous Metal Scraps – Aluminium, brass, copper, lead, nickel, tin, titanium, ...

E-Waste

by Strautmann Umwelttechnik GmbH     based in Glandorf, GERMANY

The recycling of electronic scrap is more and more important. On one hand is the recovery of the material flow. On the other hand is the disposal of hazardous substances.

Electronic Waste (E-Waste) Recycling System

by Green Machine LLC     based in Hampstead, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA)

Our Electronic Waste (E-Waste) Recycling System is the most efficient and highest capacity processing system in North America. The large volume of waste the system can recycle makes it cost-effective and creates a safe work environment. This system is perfect for any company looking to go green and reduce waste. The main purpose of E-Waste ...

Computer & Electronic Hardware Recycling

by Shred-Tech Corp.     based in Cambridge, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Governments and manufacturers of electronic hardware are increasingly coming under pressure regarding the safe disposal of electronic products once their useful life has been completed. End-of-life (EOL) legislation for electronics is in place in many countries and pending throughout Europe and North America. Shred-Tech has engineered and ...

E-Cycler - Electronic Waste Recycling

by Schutte-Buffalo Hammermill, LLC     based in Buffalo, NEW YORK (USA)

Complete data destruction in one pass. Liberates components for down-stream separating and recycling. Unlike a shredder which can leave retrievable data, the pulverizing action of the E-Cycler completely scours electronic media of data while simultaneously liberating the majority of components for easy separation and recycling.  Independent ...

Electronics

by Product Stewardship Institute, Inc.     based in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Used electronic products are the most rapidly growing waste problem in the world due to their quantity, rapid obsolescence, and toxicity. The National Safety Council estimated that more than 300 million computers became obsolete in the United States in 2004. The International Association of Electronics Recyclers projects that 1 billion computers ...

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