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Recycle ESD bag ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 19 21:13:53 EST 2001 | davef

Check http://www.esdjournal.com/techpapr/ryne/esdbags.htm for some answers to your questions. We have found that the costs for testing and keeping track of use cycles make this more trouble than it's worth.

Preferred Materials

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 22 15:50:53 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Lee: Here is two materials related questions: Taking a long term view, how are preferred materials selected from a design for the environmental perspective? What are the criteria for determining if a material is recyclable? Who does this?

Solder Paste

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 26 01:50:17 EDT 2001 | mugen

We gave standing order, if its past the expiry date, ditch the can/jar, get a new can/jar.... Visual confirmation, for previously open & recycle can/jar, if you see seperation, of yellowish flux floating above, goolie grey much beneath, then ditch i

IC tube recycling

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 09 17:00:45 EDT 1998 | Ryan Jennens

Can anybody tell me what to do with IC tubes when we are done with them? Plastics companies want tons and we only generate about one hundred pounds a month (guess). We have been throwing them out...

IC Tube Recycling

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 09 16:57:59 EDT 1998 | Ryan Jennens

Can anybody tell me what to do with IC tubes when we're done with them? Plastics companies want tons and we only generate about one hundred pounds a month. We have been throwing them out...

IC Tube Recycling

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 09 16:57:21 EDT 1998 | Ryan Jennens

Can anybody tell me what to do with IC tubes when we're done with them? Plastics companies want tons and we only generate about one hundred pounds a month. We have been throwing them out...

Who Recycles reels, trays, tubes????

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 14 19:06:09 EDT 2001 | slthomas

SemiCycle has been acquired by SMARTCycle: 4401 Freidrich Lane Bldg.2, Suite 205 Austin, Texas 78744 Customer Service Ph# 1(800)580-7364

Thousands of TSOP or VSOP To be replaced after assembly

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 09:06:25 EST 2002 | stefwitt

there are a few companies using this method to recycle valuable components and make good money with it. The memory boards in computers i.e. could be build with used components.

Recycling Matrix Trays

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 24 19:15:12 EDT 2002 | davef

Search the fine SMTnet Archives for background on this, Chris. Here one example: http://www.smtnet.com//forums/index.cfm?fuseaction=view_thread&CFApp=1&Thread_ID=4515&#Message17601

Wave soldering profiling

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 18 10:42:07 EDT 2003 | caldon

Frank- Dreamsniper touched on something I totally forgot about....DROSS.....This is a subtle way for $$$$ to be lost. If it is silver and Shiney...it does not belong in the dross recycle bin. That is good Solder being tossed. You can also add into


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