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PRESENTER
Company Meeting TitleHOW DOES RECYCLING HELP THE
ENVIRONMENT
E-waste
recycler’s
collection for
the day are
sorted by hand
Batteries and
copper will be
extracted for
quality control
P...
Recycling Cathode Ray Tubes which are most commonly discovered in old style televisions
and computer monitors will prove t...
 Brief overview of performance against each objective.
How Did We Do?The last stage of CRT recycling sorts different type...
All Green Recycling
http://www.allgreenrecycling.com
ADDRESS
15561 Del Amo Ave.
Tustin, CA 92780
PHONE
(714) 782-1485
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How does recycling help the environment

"Then the left over glass is cleaned of dust, oxides and phosphors, leaving behind only clean glass to be sorted. The last stage of CRT recycling sorts different types of glass, leaded and unleaded. Both will be used to make new screens, which is known as closed loop recycling. Hopefully this article has given you a better idea of how e-waste is recycled.

This is from an article that appeared on All Green Website: http://www.allgreenrecycling.com/blog/how-does-recycling-help-the-environment/"

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How does recycling help the environment

  1. 1. PRESENTER Company Meeting TitleHOW DOES RECYCLING HELP THE ENVIRONMENT
  2. 2. E-waste recycler’s collection for the day are sorted by hand Batteries and copper will be extracted for quality control Products are then shredded into pieces Data destruction, if you are recycling a hard drive, will occur here. The small debris is shaken before a secondary size reduction Copper, brass and aluminum are separated from the non- metallic products. Water is utilized to keep plastic and glass separate. How is e-waste recycled? The Process
  3. 3. Recycling Cathode Ray Tubes which are most commonly discovered in old style televisions and computer monitors will prove to be more complicated than recycling most of the electronic waste. How is e-waste recycled | Cathode Ray Tube Monitors and Televisions Recycled first by removing the monitor body from the cathode ray tube The shell is recycled along with regular ewaste. The tubes and screens are broken down into small pieces. Any glass dust that is a by product of this process is disposed of responsibly in an eco- friendly way. E-waste is recycled through metal removal. The broken pieces of glass are passed under magnets, where steel and iron are extracted from the glass. Aluminum and copper are removed. All of these materials are then collected and reused as raw. Then the left over glass is cleaned of dust, oxides and phosphors, leaving behind only clean glass to be sorted.
  4. 4.  Brief overview of performance against each objective. How Did We Do?The last stage of CRT recycling sorts different types of glass, leaded and unleaded. Both will be used to make new screens, which is known as closed loop recycling.
  5. 5. All Green Recycling http://www.allgreenrecycling.com ADDRESS 15561 Del Amo Ave. Tustin, CA 92780 PHONE (714) 782-1485 EMAIL info@allgreenrecycling.com CONTACT US

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