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Canadian province to add device categories to program

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Electronics for recycling.

A leader with ARMA said the expansion is expected to basically double the amount of covered material handled each day, bringing in an additional 12,300 metric tons per year. | gabriel12/Shutterstock

As Alberta’s electronics recycling program looks to grow, e-scrap processors are planning to buy equipment and hire staff to handle an expected doubling of incoming tons.

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Last major ECS equipment assets go on the block

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Among the assets being sold from the former ECS site in Stockton, Calif. are an e-scrap shredding and separation line, a CRT recycling line, balers and more. | Courtesy of Tiger Group.

Equipment at ECS Refining’s former flagship facility has been put up for sale, after the owners reached a deal with creditors and then paid to have the equipment decontaminated.

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Domestic e-plastics processor gears up for production

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RePolyTex is gearing up to operate its Madison, N.C. facility at full scale, manufacturing a “plastic plywood” product from shredded e-plastics. | Courtesy of RePolyTex.

A U.S. plastics recycling and manufacturing facility is preparing to begin taking in plastics recovered from electronics. The plant will use that feedstock to produce construction materials.

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