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However, as more electronics enter obsolescence, a growing number of companies is attempting to refurbish and resell valuable components from these devices, while others are shredding them to recover raw materials.
For a time, when the electronic recycling industry was in its infancy, the phrase, "Every company with a screwdriver calls itself an electronics recycling processor, was an apt definition of the state of affairs.
Applications such as wearable electronics and item-level RFID tags are driving this emerging technology.
Likewise, though 69 percent of the survey respondents say they recycle household trash all or most of the time, 42 percent say they recycle electronics and 43 percent say they recycle appliances with the same frequency.
is an electronics manufacturing services company providing engineering services, electronics manufacturing services, and display integration services.
Most electronic scrap processed by MaSeR has been triaged by an electronics recycler prior to its shipment to MaSeR.
We are committed to providing our customers with the technology and services they need to get the most out of their electronics and our support of Samsung's Interactive Digital Cable Ready (iDCR) TVs is another example of delivering on this promise.
The Rolls directive will probably set the international standard for most electronics companies, whether they are Japanese, American or European," Heather Bowman, director of environmental affairs for the Electronics Industries Alliance, Arlington, Va.
But the logistics of securing household electronics requires a different approach and introduces a thorny issue of who pays the freight, literally and figuratively.
Eleksen's standard iPod controllers which have secured this award were developed to simplify the integration of interactive controls for iPod into apparel and soft-goods and make it easy for manufacturers to exploit the lucrative market for iPod accessories and wearable electronics.
Americans are avid consumers of electronic products, induding both household electronics and workplace computer equipment.
the cost and demands of producing clean, homogeneous grades of plastics from EOL electronics have contributed to this delay in market development.
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