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If E-waste is recycled, it is usually smelted, with the plastic and ceramics melting away to reveal the recoverable metals. Metal components in modern devices are valuable, costing roughly $25,000 per tonne, but recycling them is complex and expensive. Smelting...
The necessity to properly recycle electronics is not new, but due to the industry's rapid growth, it has become more of a worry. E-RECOV, a technology created by Idaho National Laboratory, is aiming to address this issue. The Critical Materials...

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