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... fossil fuels are used in this process. Metals, glass, pulp and paper, silicon and other production plants are typical locations where waste heat recovery can be effective. Combined heat and power (CHP), ...
... particularly of land and water, by the addition of heavy metals and other toxic chemicals from batteries. Household batteries can be recycled in Britain at Dixons, Currys, The Link & PC World (all part ...
... via condensate filtering, usable recyclables are immediately extracted for reuse (plastics, ferrous metals, aluminum, glass, wood, etc.). Level 2 Recursive Organic materials from the original waste stream ...
... of scrap bronze and other metals being collected in Europe and melted down for perpetual reuse, and in Britain dust and ash from wood and coal fires was downcycled as a base material in brick making. The ...
... as old computers and mobile phones—is banned in many areas due to the toxic contents of certain components. The recycling process works by mechanically separating the metals, plastics and circuit boards ...
... wavelengths, and subsequently divert each material into the proper collection channel. Strong magnets are used to separate out ferrous metals (tin-plated or steel cans), while non-ferrous metals are ejected ...
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