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  • Flat-Screen Display Sales Cause Electronics Recycling Crisis

    Electronics recycling programs are collecting more old cathode ray tube (CRT) TVs and computer monitors, while solutions for recycling CRT glass are disappearing fast. Without updated regulations and new recycling models, old CRT glass -- which contains lead and requires ...


    By E-World Online

  • Eco-design for flat screens should ensure quick dismantling for maximum resource recovery

    Flat screen televisions and computer monitors should be designed so they can be quickly dismantled for recycling, a recent study says. The researchers calculated that in order to ensure the recycling process remains economically viable, it must be possible to disassemble small screens in less than 11 minutes. Good design could lower the costs of recycling and enable near-total recovery of ...

  • UK recycling plant achieves `World´s First`

    Electrical Waste Recycling Group Ltd has achieved full UK approval from the Environment Agency to be the world’s first recycling plant to mechanically process LCD Flat Panel Displays (flat screen televisions and monitors). These displays contain mercury and become hazardous waste when they enter the waste stream. Electrical Waste Recycling Group gained this approval at their ...

  • New CRT recycling plant due to within weeks

    A plant which is set to revolutionise the way Cathode Ray Televisions are recycled is weeks away from opening. The plant, operated by Nulife Glass, has created 30 new jobs in the region and once up and running will have the capacity to recycle 2000 TV screens every month. With CRTs a thing of the past as people upgrade to the latest flat-screen models, there are an ever growing number ...

  • New CRT recycling plant due to open within weeks

    A plant which is set to revolutionise the way Cathode Ray Televisions are recycled is weeks away from opening. The plant, operated by Nulife Glass, has created 30 new jobs in the region and once up and running will have the capacity to recycle 2000 TV screens every day. With CRTs a thing of the past as people upgrade to the latest flat-screen models, there are an ever growing number ...

  • 12th International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2013

    The 12th International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2013 will take place from January 16 – 18, 2013 in Salzburg, Austria. Over 500 experts from industry, authorities and academia will discuss and present the newest information and challenges of the WEEE recycling business. The preliminary program includes sessions on: Round table discussion with industry leaders: “free ...

  • Recycling Industry Launches Partnership to Teach the Science of Scrap

    One person's trash may or may not be another person's treasure, but these days it very likely can be the launch pad to a great career. That's the reason behind a new partnership between the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc. and JASON Learning – to inspire America's students to think about careers in the scrap and recycling business, and give them the scientific and technical ...

  • Call for papers: 10th International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2011

    The 10th International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2011 will take place from January 19 – 21, 2011 in Salzburg, Austria. Over 450 experts from industry, authorities and academia will discuss and present the newest information and challenges of the WEEE recycling business. The preliminary program includes sessions on: Contributions for sustainability How to ...

  • Call for papers: 11th International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2012

    The 11th International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2012 will take place from January 18 – 20, 2012 in Salzburg, Austria. Over 500 experts from industry, authorities and academia will discuss and present the newest information and challenges of the WEEE recycling business. The preliminary program includes sessions on: Rare earth recovery More ...

  • Kiverco unveils its Backbone in Waste Composting

    Two waste and recycling experts have joined forces to protect the environment and create resources for future generations following the installation of a Kiverco waste screening plant at EnVar’s organic waste treatment site in Cambridgeshire. EnVar is the UK's largest waste in-vessel and windrow composting facility and ...

  • RECUPYL has been named in the prestigious 2010 Global Cleantech 100

    Recupyl, an international company that develops and operates processes to recover strategic metals from waste (the new "urban mine") - with a primary focus on electric batteries - has been included in the prestigious 2010 Global Cleantech 100 group of companies. This list is put together by Cleantech, a leading provider of global market research and advisory services for the cleantech industry, ...


    By Recupyl

  • ATN new product: Condensing Unit Stage 2

    With all the experience ( more than 30 years)ATN has with the condensing of refrigerants We now developed a condensing unit for the liquefying of the blowing agents coming from the polyurethane foam. This so called stage two condensing unit can be built according to the customer demands. From 100M³ up to 800M³ is possible. It is also possible to design it for the collection of pentane ...


    By ATN Engineering B.V.

  • ATN is expanding its staff

    Because of the overwhelming amount of work we experience since a longer period of time, we have decided to expand our staff.  We started a special development department. Mr. Egbert Kap will act ...


    By ATN Engineering B.V.

  • New Higher Specification Metal Detector for Quarries

    An innovative type of Metal Detector is having a global launch at the 2007 Hillhead International Quarrying and Recycling exhibition.  The revolutionary Metalarm MA3600 uses pulse induction technology that offers balanced coil detection sensitivity and performance; resulting in a high specification Metal Detector ideally suited for installation in quarries, mines and other arduous locations. ...


    By Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd

  • Gadgets dumped in landfills unleash toxins

    Old computers, cell phones and TVs shoved aside by more glamorous gadgets that are incessantly updated -- iPhones, game systems and flat-screens -- have unleashed a growing tide of unwanted electronics. But these e-waste castoffs contain toxins, among them lead, mercury and arsenic. They can poison groundwater or pollute the air when products are ...


  • The 2012 LIFE+ projects

    Austria 4 projects (14.5 million) LIFE+ Environment Policy and Governance (1 project – 3.6 million) LIFE-URBANLAKE (Stadt Wien – Magistratsabteilung 45 – Wiener Gewässer): This project intends to define strategies to reduce the vulnerability of the “Alte Donau” from effects of climate ...

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