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    Recycling sorting solutions for the electronic scrap sorting - weee

    The growing demand for high-value, secondary raw materials makes targeted recycling increasingly attractive. In the EU alone, experts estimated over 8 million tons of disused electrical equipment in 2010. TOMRA Sorting’s goal is to utilize electronic scrap sorting to sort out pollutants as well as high-purity components.

    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH. based in Mülheim-Kärlich, GERMANY.

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    Optical sorting machines for electronic scrap (WEEE) industry

    Recovery of recyclables from Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE): Metals and alloys. Plastics (thermoplastics, plexiglass, etc.). Composite materials (circuit boards, etc.). Brominated plastics (BFR). Plastics with cadmium compounds. Material tainted with precious or recoverable metals (e.g. copper, brass, silver, etc.). Sorting of monitor glass (CRT), etc.

    By REDWAVE a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA.

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    Recycling equipment for shredding electronic scrap (E-scrap)

    Processing electronic scrap (E-Scrap or WEEE) presents special challenges. Computers, consumer electronics, and IT equipment need to be destroyed to extract recyclables or ensure the security and complete destruction of the product. Hard drives, tapes and data storage devices must be completely destroyed to provide data security. And, while many electronic scrap items do not require the specific size reduction that hard drives or other data storage devices require, all electronic scrap includes recoverable...

    By Granutech-Saturn Systems based in Grand Prairie, TEXAS (USA).

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    Electronic scrap shredding for the electronic waste management industry

    One of the greatest challenges facing our society is the reclamation of valuable raw materials from electrical and electronic scrap. A global scrap volume exceeding 40 million tonnes a year – a figure forecast to double by 2025 – presents both a challenge and an opportunity. Since even in Germany only some 40% of scrap is currently fed into a waste management process, we may assume that the global rate of waste management is still substantially lower. With additional support from WEEE Directive...

    By Erdwich Zerkleinerungssysteme GmbH based in Igling, GERMANY.

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