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  • waste printed circuit board recyling machine new patent

    Circuit board recycling equipment is developed in combination with  advanced domestic and foreign technology. The equipment adopts  advanced recycling process by physical methods. Such crushers and ...

  • E-waste: segregate, process, recycle it

    Ever thought that your old, cranky electronic appliances could exactly turn out to be fatal for someone? Ever thought that each old dysfunctional appliance that you sold off to your neighbourhood raddiwala could be a major cause for pollution worldwide? This could be history if citizen start accepting e-waste recycling as the alternative. This is the message that cleansweep, an NGO that deals ...


    By Eco Recycling Ltd

  • Call for efforts to improve metal recycling

    Vast resources are required to extract speciality and difficult-to-recycle metals that are often only used once before disposal. Researchers argue in a new analysis that more must be done to improve metal recycling rates in order to secure our material needs for the future. In the past, metal products were typically made of fairly common materials. However, today, a product that is made ...

  • Recyclable electronics project shortlisted for `Innovation of the Year` award

    The Business Green Leaders Awards, which celebrate and highlight pioneering work across the green economy, have shortlisted the Electronics Recycling in a Circular Economy (ERICE) project for their 'Innovation of the Year' award. This celebrates projects ...

  • E-waste Industry of India sets new milestone in Japan

    Indian e-waste dismantlers and certified recyclers can now export their Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) to Japan also. So far, these PCBs were exported to the Western World only for recovery of precious & rare earth metals like gold, silver, copper etc. Eco Recycling Ltd, the first certified recycler of India has set another mile stone and exported PCB to Japan. The first consignment passed ...


    By Eco Recycling Ltd

  • EPA Funding to Help Syracuse Small Business Develop New Green Technology

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $100,000 to Advanced Recovery and Recycling, LLC of Onondaga County, New York to continue its development of an efficient technology that recycles circuit board components to reduce electronic waste from going to landfills and incinerators. Advanced Recovery and Recycling was awarded the funding through the EPA’s highly competitive Small ...

  • Precious metal recovery from WEEE

    Precious metals, such as gold and silver, constitute a small but valuable part of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). New research suggests that significant amounts of these precious metals are lost in the initial stage of the waste recovery process and makes recommendations for improvements in the recycling chain. For 2005, it was estimated that around 9 million tonnes of ...

  • Research and Markets: Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Handbook

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p3v9g2/waste_electrical) has announced the addition of Woodhead Publishing Ltd's new book "Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) handbook" to their offering. Electronic waste is a growing problem. The EU directive on waste electrical ...


  • 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 ...

  • SwissRTec to Attend E-Scrap 2016

    swissRTec America of Kensington, NH, a company specializing in recycling technology, will attend the E-Scrap 2016 Conference on September 20-22, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency in New Orleans, LA . swissRTec America, Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of swissRTec International of Switzerland. The company sells technology and mechanical systems to the recycling industry on an international scale, and ...


    By swissRTec America, Inc.

  • MSS Inc. releases New Optical Sorting technology, L-VIS

    MSS Inc., a world leading manufacturer of optical sorting equipment, recently introduced a new high-resolution color camera sorting system for small particle applications, such as shredded and granulated materials – the L-VIS. The L-VIS is designed for color-sorting applications such as shredded electronic scrap to extract high-value commodities (printed circuit boards, copper, etc). It ...


    By MSS, Inc.

  • Extended Producer Responsibility and the e-waste problem

    The practice of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is picking up steam, most notably in the information technology industry. A growing number of companies are taking on greater levels of responsibility for the environmental impacts of their products - from point of manufacturing through to end of the life recycling. E-waste recycling is taking off, but obstacles remain to its widespread ...

  • China`s E-Waste Disposal Industry, 2013-2017 Market Research Report

    With the rapid development of information technology and the accelerated update and upgrade of electronic products, the elimination and recycling of electronic products become a problem of the world currently. At present, various e-wastes have become one of the solid wastes with a fast growth rate. For example, scrapped appliances such as computers, household appliances, and communication ...


    By Business Research Industry

  • EPA Announces $1.9 Million to Small Businesses to help Support the Nation’s Green Economy

    Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced almost $2 million to 19 small businesses nationwide to develop and commercialize technologies that tackle critical environmental problems. “Small businesses today are revolutionizing the tools available to protect human health and the environment,” said EPA Science Advisor and Deputy Assistant Administrator Thomas A. ...

  • American Fiber Green Products, Inc. Interest Grows

    American Fiber Green Products, Inc. (OTCQB: AFBG) (PINKSHEETS: AFBG) has received numerous calls of interest after recently announcing that the company has tapped into the multi-billion dollar wind energy industry and is preparing to open a Florida based, abandoned boat recycling operation. "After announcing the first of ten anticipated fiberglass recycling collection points around the ...


    By Marketwire

  • Edge Tech Industries of Davenport, Iowa, to pay $26,000 penalty for failure to report annual Toxic release inventory for lead (IA)

    Edge Tech Industries, a printed circuit boards and contract manufacturer in Davenport, Iowa, has agreed to pay a $26,000 civil penalty to the United States to settle claims that it failed to submit necessary annual reports listing the quantities of toxic lead that it manufactured, processed or otherwise used during 2006, 2007 and 2008. An EPA Region 7 representative inspected the Edge Tech ...

  • TOMRA Sorting showcases metal sorting systems at CMRA Annual Convention, China

    With China’s need for ultra-efficient metal waste sorting growing rapidly, TOMRA Sorting exhibited its latest automated sorting systems at the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CMRA) Annual Convention. Held in Guangzhou from November 7-9, the convention is the country’s leading expo for the conservation and re-use of metals. TOMRA Sorting showcased its latest ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • India poised for EPR?

    12 July 2010 As the e-waste problem soars high in India, a new draft that makes a producer of electrical and electronic equipment responsible for the collection and appropriate disposal of e-waste is underway. Expert fear that the EPR concept may pose greater challenges since the larger cause of environment is missing. ...


    By Eco Recycling Ltd

  • Extended producer responsibility and the e-waste problem

    The practice of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is picking up steam, most notably in the information technology industry. A growing number of companies are taking on greater levels of responsibility for the environmental impacts of their products - from point of manufacturing through to end of the life recycling. E-waste recycling is taking off, but obstacles remain to its widespread ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • China E-waste Disposal Industry, 2013-2017 Latest Research report Published at MarketResearchReports.Biz

    With the rapid development of information technology and the accelerated update and upgrade of electronic products, the elimination and recycling of electronic products become a problem of the world currently. At present, various e-wastes have become one of the solid wastes with a fast growth rate. For example, scrapped appliances such as computers, household appliances, and communication ...


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