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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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However, some question at what level shredding of electronics should take place.
Combining IPM and Exide Electronics creates an enhanced capability of competing in worldwide UPS markets.
Based in Irvine, California, ITD is a division of Samsung Electronics America (SEA), a U.
This has now evolved to the next simplest approach to the business (and the model adopted by the vast majority of those in the business) of handling end-of-life electronics based on what I call the retail end of the business.
For applications that don't require the speed and density of today's silicon-based technologies, the potential benefits are significant and could help develop totally new markets for electronics.
Though electronics recycling is not as widespread as it is for other goods, nearly as many end-of-life products are recycled as are thrown away, which is extremely encouraging given that electronics recycling is just becoming available in some parts of the country," Joseph Bates, CEA's director of research, says.
Started in 1961, Kimball Electronics Group is a global contract electronics manufacturing services company that specializes in durable electronics for the automotive, medical, industrial and public safety markets.
Co-founder, President and CEO Dale Johnson and cofounder and advisor Michael Magliaro are veterans of the electronics industry, and earlier this year the company added another electronics recycling veteran as its executive vice president in the form of Lauren Roman.
Headquartered in Ridgefield Park, NJ, Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
Houghton also says he thinks electronics manufacturers will begin to use modular designs that make disassembly and the separation of the various recycling streams easier.
EPA report cited by the IAER in its report concludes that just 9 percent of obsolete household electronics items are being recycled.
Eleksen is turning its designs into viable commercial products such as wearable electronics and wireless fabric keyboards.

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