New Way To Recycle E-Waste Is To Pulverise Electronics Into Nanodust

New Way To Recycle E-Waste Is To Pulverise Electronics Into Nanodust A transparent piece of epoxy, left, compared to epoxy with e-waste reinforcement at right. A cryo-milling process developed at Rice University and the Indian Institute of Science simplifies the process of separating and recycling electronic waste

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Pulverizing electronic waste is green, clean — and cold

Date: March 21, 2017; Source: Rice University; Summary: Milling electronic waste into nanoscale particles allows polymers, oxides and metals to be separated for recycling into new products. The process takes advantage of changes to the materials’ …

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Scientists Say We Can Fix the E-Waste Problem by Pulverising Electronics Into Nanodust

According to a new study, we can simplify e-waste recycling by pulverising dumped electronics into nanodust – which researchers say could be a more efficient and environmentally friendly way of breaking down unwanted appliances and technology into …

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