Demanufacturing refers to the dismantling of electronic equipment for scrap metals reclamation and component recovery. Recovery of these hazardous components reduces the toxicity of the waste and ensures proper disposal or recycling for the residual waste stream. Raw materials are recovered and are ultimately reused for manufacturing metals, plastics, and glass. All materials are sorted by plastic, metal, circuit boards, wire, etc. The materials are processed and then re-introduced back into the manufacturing process as raw materials.
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- The Origin / Case for Demanufacturing
- The Demanufacturing Process
- How Reclaiming Materials Helps Save Our Environment
- Benefits & Advantages
- What is E-Waste?
- Proof of the Problem
- Things to Look for In A Demanufacturer
- Responsible Recycling Process (R2)