Electronics Donation And Recycling

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Washington`s FREE, convenient and environmentally responsible electronics recycling program has been operational since January 1, 2009.  Mass produced consumer components such as computer motherboards contain around 200-250 grams per tonne (g t-1) of gold and around 80 g t-1 palladium; mobile phone handsets contain up to 350 g t-1 gold and 130 g t-1 palladium; and automotive catalytic converters may contain up to 2000 g t-1 pgm in the ceramic catalyst brick, the active part of the converter.Since 1999, SWANCC has provided environmentally-responsible recycling for end-of-life computers and electronics. Glass, primarily from cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors, represented about 25 percent of the total weight of material produced by electronics recyclers in 1998, or about 13,200 t. Because of its lead content, glass is classified as hazardous waste, and it must be handled, processed, and disposed of in a manner consistent with federally mandated guidelines.Electronic products are made from valuable resources and materials, including metals, plastics, and glass, all of which require energy to mine and manufacture.  If you spend time with a pair of snippers removing the gold connecting pins from old computer CPUs and forward those pins to a top precious metals refinery like Specialty Metals Smelters and Refiners, you will get a high dollar return for every ounce of those pins that you send in. It makes sense, because comparatively little processing is required to separate the gold that those pins contain from other metals and contaminating materials.ROCKVILLE, MD. — To make it even more convenient for consumers to recycle their unwanted computer equipment, Goodwill Industries International and Dell® have added 445 more ReConnect donation sites to their collection network.  The EPA gives some numbers on the staggering amount of precious metals we have in our electronics: One metric ton of circuit boards can contain 40 to 800 times the amount of gold and 30 to 40 times the amount of copper mined from one metric ton of ore in the US.” The EPA also lists that cell phones alone contain gold, silver, platinum, palladium, copper, tin and zinc.Electronic waste, consisting of discarded computers, televisions, cell phones, fax machines, stereos and other electronic equipment, is a massive problem in California.  As discussed in a previous blog, naturally-occurring PGMs are extremely rare, so recycling PGMs from electronic products is an increasingly important source of these strategic metals According to the U.S. Geological Survey , an estimated 155,000 kilograms of PGMs was recovered globally from new and old scrap in 2013 , including about 56,000 kilograms of PGMs in North America.
 
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Regarding the electronics sector, a number of trends augur well for the industry: In light of growing climate change awareness, alternative propulsion and powertrain technologies are gaining in importance, and, as many countries have begun to phase-out incandescent light bulbs, sales of LEDs (light-emitting diodes) and OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes) are currently experiencing a boom.Adams Electronics was originally founded in 1965 with the introduction of the first truly self-contained portable hand held metal detector (Model B100) Today, Adams Electronics is now dedicated to designing, manufacturing and selling some of the most sensitive, highest quality and most reliable range of portable metal detector products money can buy, with uncompromising standards for performance, reliability and customer service.Used Electronic Equipment Dismantlers or Recyclers, on the other hand, are facilities which engage in the manual or mechanical separation of used electronic equipment to recover components and commodities contained therein for the purposes of reuse or recycling, or facilities which change the physical or chemical composition of used electronic equipment to segregate components for the purpose of recycling those components.Currently, if used electronic equipment will be dismantled prior to sending the parts for recycling and disposal, collectors, dismantlers, and recyclers may also need to comply with the Recyclables Handling and Recovery Facility Regulations ( 6 NYCRR Subpart 360-12 ), permitting under 6 NYCRR Part 360 , or modification to an existing permit depending on the scope of operations.From Google Glass to the Fitbit wristband , wearable technology has generated significant attention over the past year, with most existing devices helping people to better understand their personal health and fitness by monitoring exercise, heart rate, sleep patterns, and so on. The sector is shifting beyond external wearables like wristbands or clip-on devices to body-adapted” electronics that further push the ever-shifting boundary between humans and technology.