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  • AverdaHow to recycle electronicsAverda SA Waste

    Averda global Covid-19 services Get a free quote How to recycle electronics Back to News One the fastest growing waste items in landfills is electronic waste, or e-waste. Discarded phones, tablets, laptops and televisions are piling up at a rapid rate, and their mix of components and materials makes them difficult to recyclebut it can be done.

  • Measurement of Gold and Other Metals in Electronic and

     · CSIRO is developing the method of gamma activation analysis (GAA) for the rapid, non-destructive analysis of gold and other metals in mineral ores. Samples are irradiated with high-energy X-rays produced using a linear electron accelerator, resulting in activation of target elements. The gamma-rays emitted during the decays of the radioactive products of these activation reactions can be

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  • One Man’s Waste Is Another Man’s GoldAfrica

     · A technology economy study in 2014 revealed that more recycling of e-waste could bring notable benefits to South Africa. If the country manages to increase its recovery for recycling rates (currently hovering around 10%) up to 30%, it will yield an additional 32 million Rands per year injection into the weak South African economy.

  • Chapter 13 Waste managementEnvironment

     · reduction, re-use, recycling, recovery, treatment, and safe disposal as a last resort. This aims to eventually reduce the reliance of South Africa’s waste disposal on landfills, as currently the majority of waste ends up therein. South African waste legislation is influenced and informed by

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    In recent years, source-separated human urine has been highlighted as an effective resource for energy and nutrient recovery. However, even though several technologies exist for resource recovery, they have not been widely implemented. Among these technologies, bioelectrochemical systems (BESs) hold promise as technically and economically interesting alternatives for sustainable resource

  • Electronic Waste Disposal Ewasteerecycling

     · Device SA is the largest IT Asset Disposal facility in Africa. It has been operating in the South African IT disposal industry since 2002 and will gladly continue to provide you with all the services offered by Effortless Computer Recycling. Device SA is a company who is very passionate about the recycling of used computer equipment.

  • Reduce, Reuse and Recycle (the 3Rs) and Resource

     · • Every year 20 to 50 million tonnes of e-waste are generated worldwide • About 53 millions tons were produced worldwide in 2009 and only 13% of it was recycled • By 2020 e-waste from old computers in South Africa and China will have jumped by % and by 500% in India from 2007 levels • One billion PCs will be in use by the end of 2008

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  • E-waste recycling in Africa risks and opportunities

     · According to the Department of Environmental Affairs in 2015, e-waste made up between 5% and 8% of the municipal solid waste in South Africa and is expected to grow at an alarming rate over the coming years . This has prompted government and other supporting institutions to develop e-waste management systems with a focus not only on waste disposal but also on waste reduction, waste reuse, recycling, and recovery.

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    It is estimated that around 80 000 tons of electronic waste is generated in South Africa per year. For every million cell phones that are recycled, 16 tons of copper, 350 kg of silver, 195 kg of gold and 15 kg of palladium can be recovered, yet only 12,5% of all electronic waste is currently recycled.

  • Gold Recovery 8 Steps (with Pictures)Instructables

    The melting point of gold is 1063 ˚C, which is a higher temperature than can be obtained by cheap torches and burners. By adding borax to the heavy mineral concentrate, the melting point temperature decreases, allowing people to melt gold out of their concentrate and salvage. By using borax, no mercury flour is produced, and gold recovery

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  • Africa's e-waste situation in five images TechCabal

     · Africa’s e-waste situation in five images. In 2019 alone, recoverable material like gold, silver, copper, platinum and other such materials worth US$57 billion were lost to improperly recycled electronic waste. Not many of us consider how we dispose of or will dispose of used electronic and mobile devices after they’ve served their purpose.

  • Gold Recovery Training Training and Consultancy for Gold

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  • Recovery of precious metals from electronic waste and

     · In electronics industry, gold and silver are used as contacts, bonding wires and switches, while palladium is used in computer hard disk drives (Diaz et al., 2016).The content of main PMs in typical electronics is shown in Table 1 (Zhang et al., 2017).In 2015, global demand for gold, silver and palladium in the field of electronics were 254 tonnes, 12,816 tonnes and 40.18 tonnes, respectively ().

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    The motherboard is rich in precious metals and has several of the most valuable parts of the PC attached to it. The board itself has many gold plated connectors and pins. Older and high-end motherboards (such as those found in rack servers, telecommunications equipment, or military test equipment), often have gold in their traces and components.

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  • Latest recycling stats for South Africa • Recycling

     · South Africa sends around 95 million tonnes of waste to its 826 landfill sites and less than 40% of the materials are recycled, according to analysts at Research & Markets. Additionally, the nation produces upwards of 65 million tonnes of hazardous waste, of which only 6% is recycled.

  • Chapter 13 Waste managementEnvironment

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  • Emak Refining & Recycling

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  • South Africa State of Waste Report

     · This first South African State of Waste Report (SoWR) provides snapshot of the state of waste generation and management in South Africa, the key driving forces and pressures, and how South Africa is performing in terms of short and medium terms responses to contemporary changes in the waste sector. The SoWR differs slightly from its predecessor,

  • TURNING RUBBISH INTO GOLDForbes Africa

     · The latest statistics, from 2009, estimate South Africa’s waste sector to be worth $1 billion. Government, which has earmarked the green economywaste in particularas a priority area to build the economy, believes the sector can grow from its current 0.56% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), to 1

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  • Latest recycling stats for South Africa • Recycling

     · Latest recycling stats for South Africa. South Africa’s waste management industry is currently worth around ZAR 25 billion (EUR 1.4 billion), new market data suggests. The nation recycles over 70% of used steel beverage cans while the rates for glass and

  • AverdaHow to recycle electronicsAverda SA Waste

    You can ask your local council or waste management provider to find out where to take your old gadgets.Certain retail stores, such a Makro, Woolworths and Pick n Pay, run campaigns to collect and recycle old e-waste, so keep an eye out for these events and initiatives as well.

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