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Recycling Electronic Waste with Green Way

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With the upgrading of electronic consumption, e-waste has become an environmental issue in the new era. How to achieve recycling and find a place for scientific disposal has become a top priority. Among them, in order to realize the green treatment of electronic waste, the early stage of garbage classification is crucial. Today, our lives […]

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How to Use the Shredder Correctly

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1. When the shredder is in use, avoid putting non-wood materials into the machine, such as some nails, metal objects, etc. The machine uses a sharp-edged blade, and the blade cuts the wood material without problems. The blade of the shredder is very damaging and even has a card machine phenomenon. 2, the maintenance of […]

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Advantages of Circuit Board Recycling Equipment

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For different types of circuit board materials can be classified and processed, which can be divided into three categories, common boards are one type, boards with high gold content are one type, and other miscellaneous boards are one type. Regarding the recycling and separation equipment for waste circuit boards, it is reported that the metal […]

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India’s Gold Bar Imports Skyrocketed 67%

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The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) monthly trade data suggests notable jump in imports of gold bars by the country during the initial eight months of the fiscal year. The Apr-Nov ’18 gold imports by the country surged higher by nearly 67%. Meantime, the monthly imports reported marginal decline in Nov ’18, when […]

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ISRI: 2018 Yearbook Confirms Recycling’s Resilience

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The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) just released its seventh annual “Recycling Industry Yearbook,” providing the most up-to-date information and statistics about the U.S. recycling industry and global scrap marketplace. With a greater spotlight on the industry in the wake of rising trade protectionism around the globe, the publication provides a comprehensive analysis of […]

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Performance Advantages of Aluminum-plastic Separation Equipment

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The aluminum-plastic separation equipment not only has a wide separation, but also has a very fast separation speed, no chemical raw materials, no smoke, waste water, exhaust gas emissions, no human injury, low separation cost, low labor intensity, simple and safe operation, no corrosion. The aluminum-plastic separation equipment truly achieves green environmental protection separation and […]

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What Can We Get from E-waste Recycling?

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E-waste has become an unavoidable by-product of technological development and is a serious problem worldwide. As the name implies the definition of e-waste is a new kind of junk generated in the development of electronic products and electronic devices. This kind of garbage is generally discarded electronic equipment and electronic waste, and most of the […]

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Alloy Sheet Imports Sparked Off Material Injuries to U.S.Producers

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The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) determined that the unfairly traded imports of common alloy sheets from China have caused material injuries to U.S. producers. The unanimous decision was announced in conclusion of the investigations initiated by the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) in November last year. Following the decision, the DOC is likely to […]

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Work-flow of Copper Wire Recycling Machine

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In recent years, the popularity of copper wire recycling machines in the country has become higher and higher, not only because the government pays more and more attention to environmental protection issues, but also because of the advantages and advantages of the copper wire recycling machine itself. The copper wire recycling machine is divided into […]

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Plastic Packaging Issues Can’t be Solved by Recycling Alone!

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The new report published by The Sustainable Business Network (SBN) states that recycling won’t be sufficient enough to solve all the issues associated with plastic packaging in New Zealand. According to James Griffin, author of the report, tremendous collaboration between all stakeholders could only help the country achieve the goal of 100% reusable, recyclable or […]

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