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Chemicals in Aqeous Cleaners

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 23 07:37:49 EDT 2004 | pjc

Waste Water from any cleaner must be recycled or treated before going to drain. That is the case in most states in the USA. The wash solution that is mixed with a chemistry cannot be processed thru a water recycling system, only the rinse water can.

Your opinion about RoHS and WEEE ?

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 31 10:22:54 EST 2004 | gpaelmo

I agree that something has to be done with the lead waste but I believe that a recycling program is a better alternative to lead-free. Isn't silver more toxic? How about the venting of alternate alloy fumes, let alone the effects on operators. I say

lead free solder dross recycling

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 19 11:33:15 EDT 2011 | caerleon

easier if you recycled on-site? You can still send off for reclaimation the oxide powder that your left at the end of the process. Failing that talk to your supplier to see if they have arrangements to do this for you or look at reducing dross - i f

Water filtration companies

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 10 13:25:13 EST 2001 | James

If anyone knows of a company, other than US Filter, that provides Mixed Bed and Carbon filters (3.5 cu ft) for water recycling could you let me know. Thanks James

Re: Kapton tape over displays

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 27 19:57:41 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Our display suppliers provide displays either with: * Molded plastic cover that we recycle to them * Plastic film like the guys that change your oil put on your wind shield to remind you when to get your oil changed.

Re: recycling waste paste

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 25 18:01:25 EDT 2000 | John Thorup

Hello Steve We use Alpha/Fry metal reclamation. They are happy to take the paste as long as is kept segregated. They pay if it's over 300 pounds. California contact: Patricia Mealey 949/364-6741

Re: recycling waste paste

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 25 18:40:24 EDT 2000 | Steve Thomas

I'd heard that Alpha did paste reclamation but just assumed they only offered the service for customers using their paste. Hmmmm, it's worth a call, anyway. Thanks for the contact.

Re: recycling waste paste

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 25 20:21:46 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Steve: How bout putting it on pie plate, running it through your reflow oven, and then adding it to your wave solder pot?

Re: recycling waste paste

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 27 19:32:53 EDT 2000 | Dave F

So, what are you doing to your paste that would make you have to chisel it into small chunks? Our paste is soft and pasty ... perfect for smooshing into syringes. hmmmm

Used circut bords / chips//pc compoints

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 29 10:22:12 EDT 2000 | klawlor218

Is there a market for these old pc parts? Anyone know buyers in the pc-recycle business? All names welcome. (USA)

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