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    Hybrid Recycling: Converting a scrap laptop into a photo frame

    Nov 15, 2018 8:50:57 AM / by Enzo Sacchetti posted in reverse logistics, recycle, tablet, dismantle, dismantling, material recovery, ewaste, reuse

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    Repurposing LCD screens from laptops into functional photo frames and monitors.

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    Dealing with Embedded Batteries in Electronic Devices

    Nov 1, 2018 1:05:19 PM / by Nate McCloskey posted in reverse logistics, lithium batteries, batteries, recycle, dismantle

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    Enterprise mobility is becoming a common strategy for businesses to allow employees to work from remote locations while traveling.  This strategy involves the use of mobile devices that include smart phones, tablets, laptops and other small electronic devices. As these devices have evolved the use of embedded Lithium-Ion batteries has allowed these devices to be smaller and lighter while maintaining battery life.

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    Don't Lose your Balance on Electronic Recycling

    Aug 30, 2018 11:19:57 AM / by Kevin Shea posted in reverse logistics, recycle, tablet, dismantling, material recovery, ewaste

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    Mass Balance Evaluations:  Balance Cost of Labor vs Recycling Recovery

    Dismantling an electronic device can be complex and costly.  Mass balance is a methodology to determine the most economical balance between the cost of dismantling and the material recovery value.

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    Secure your Personal Data Before Selling or Recycling your Phone

    May 11, 2018 11:28:45 AM / by Gary Spencer posted in reverse logistics, recycle, resell, cell phone, remanufacturing, remarketing, redeployment

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    The importance of securing your personal data before selling or recycling your phone.

    You just purchased a new phone but your current one is still working.

    You want to resell, donate or recycle. When making your decision, there is one crucial question you have to answer: How do you protect your personal data contained in the phone from being accessible?

    Phones hold an amazing amount of personal data including contacts, photos, mails, applications and credentials, social media details, payment details and other similar information that could result in identify theft.  

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