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    Did you know that over 90% of the raw materials of electrical goods can be recycled?
    Enabling Circular Economy: RoboCRM Research Project

    Enabling Circular Economy: RoboCRM Research Project

    Although Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) recycling has been in operation for over a decade now, recovery of secondary raw materials is still far from effective. Our main focus over the last few years has been to improve the way in…

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    Job Posting: Installation & Support Engineer

    Job Posting: Installation & Support Engineer

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    Adapting Your Business for Growth

    Adapting Your Business for Growth

    The list of corporate juggernauts that no longer exist or are a shell of their former selves can fill a business textbook. At one point BlackBerry had 20% of the global mobile phone market and today it has very little. Kodak practically invented the…

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    Flowery Twats…….

    Flowery Twats…….

    One of the greatest UK sitcoms of the 1970s Fawlty Towers with John Cleese as the hotel manager Basil Fawlty. The opening part of the episodes had anagrams of the hotel sign “Fawlty Towers”.

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    What Are POPs?

    What Are POPs?

    In certain WEEE markets (e-scrap to our USA and Canadian customers) such as the United Kingdom POPs (Persistent Organic Pollutants) are a hot topic in the industry.

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    Are You Aware of the Mercury Volumes in FPDs?

    Are You Aware of the Mercury Volumes in FPDs?

    The recycling of Flat Panel Displays (FPD) poses a problem for electronic equipment recyclers as they have mercury containing CCFLs and dangerous elements and substances (i.e. , Mercury, Liquid Crystal & Cadmium).

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    Automation & Robotics Solve New Workplace Considerations While Driving Profits

    Automation & Robotics Solve New Workplace Considerations While Driving Profits

    There are changes in WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) processing taking place right now, many of which are shifting away from traditional, labour intensive, inefficient, and mostly manual processes to the utilisation of automation…

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    Why WEEE should be processed within borders.

    Why WEEE should be processed within borders.

    What if…Managing WEEE within borders was more than just an ideology…

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    Will You be Ready for the Likely Surge in E-Scrap Including Flat Panel Displays?

    Will You be Ready for the Likely Surge in E-Scrap Including Flat Panel Displays?

    As with all businesses e-scrap recyclers have been severely affected with the pandemic of COVID-19 with some markets stating up to an 80% drop on in bound volumes of material for processing, others have closed entirely for an unknown period.With the…

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    To Shred or Not to Shred…. That is the Question

    To Shred or Not to Shred…. That is the Question

    After 17 years in WEEE Recycling I have seen a lot of change in the way electrical and electronic waste is managed.Do you remember when the skip trucks proudly proclaimed, ‘Waste Removal’ and Waste Disposal’? That was re-marketed into the catch-all…

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