Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 17 11:02:13 EST 2009 | patrickbruneel
This is a sad story but has a rather easy solution. 21st century toxins need to be recycled in 21st century facilities and not in a 17th century environment such as that village in china. The lead in the electronics they recycle is not the biggest pr
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 21 15:55:23 EDT 2011 | michael4575
I'm Currently looking for any and all viable options for recycling SMT reels and all associated plastics. Several years ago SemiCycle supported all 3 packaging types, but currently only supports trays. Several vendors will support tray recycling, bu
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 28 15:55:39 EDT 2000 | J. G.
I am looking for a company that buys and recycles scrap boards. I talked to some company at NEPCON last year that recycles boards but have since lost their name. I am wondering what people do with thier scrap boards and solder sample boards. Due to t
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 23 13:43:29 EDT 2013 | dyoungquist
PCB breakaway tabs, such as the borders around panels, often do not have any metal on them. These would have no recycle value. Our local metals recycling company has now started to recycle PCBs, loaded or unloaded. They only pay $0.08 (USD) per po
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 24 14:48:10 EDT 2002 | ChrisN
Looking for outside company that recycles matrix trays and plastic reels for surface mount components. I am trying to find a company that will provide boxes and be willing to pickup our reels and matrix trays to return back to suppliers for refund.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 03 10:48:48 EDT 2005 | Rob
Connectors, IC sockets etc. have traditionally use a lot of recycled plastic in them. There are no guarentees that there are no PBB/PBDE's in them, so some manufacturers are having to change back to new plastics. So plastic goes in the ground i