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electronics

(i-lek″tron′iks) [ electron + -ics]
The science of the systems involving the use of electrical devices used for communication, information processing, and control.
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3) Randall Jones of Newbury Park finds a useful piece of electronic equipment someone left to be recycled.
Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation for Electrical Components & Equipment, Electrical Equipment, Electronic Components, Electronic Equipment & Instruments, Electronic Equipment Manufacturers, Electronic Manufacturing Services, Office Electronics, Semiconductor Equipment, Semiconductors and Semiconductors & Electronic Components
Electronic equipment / electrical engineering components used in electrical power generation / transmission / distribution and consumption, manufacturing, construction and other industries, including industrial switchgear, switches, relays, contacts, timers, circuit breakers, fuses and wiring accessories, distribution boards and wiring accessories, motors and generators, industrial controls and control systems, electric measuring devices and instrumentation
The letter writer is among the plaintiffs in (The letter writer is among the plaintiffs in a heavy metals poisoning suit brought against a facility that formerly shredded electronic equipment.
Demand is driven by the installed base of electronic equipment, equipment failure rates, and the cost advantage of regularly maintaining and fixing broken and idle equipment, rather than replacing it.
If this trend develops, it could eventually mean a bounty of obsolete electronic equipment destined for recycling plants such as Gold Circuit's.
Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation for Electrical Components & Equipment, Electrical Equipment, Electronic Equipment & Instruments, Electronic Equipment Manufacturers, Electronic Manufacturing Services, Office Electronics, Semiconductor Equipment and Semiconductors
Nordson also has developed a strategy to support recycling of the electrical and electronic equipment and has created a section on its Web site, http://www.
Datamonitor's Electronic Equipment and Supplies: Global Industry Guide is an essential resource for top-level data and analysis covering the Global Electronic Equipment and Supplies industry.
This contract notice the objective selection of companies for the provision of electrical and electronic equipment for the Paris airports.
From August 2004 disposal of electrical hardware will be subject to stringent regulations under the EU's Waste and Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) 2003 Directive.

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