LCD screens are a typical example of electronics which have not been designed with recycling in mind. Most LCD screens which are now end of life use mercury lamps as a backlight for the screen. Because mercury is very toxic in small amounts it is necessary to contain the mercury which is released during recycling.
of processing 1 metric
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The easiest way to do this would be to disassemble the LCD screen and remove the mercury lamps before sending the screen through a shredder. This process, however, is time consuming and thus very expensive.
Ad Rem has developed a fully automated process to remove hazardous waste materials coming from LCD’s after shredding. The process is capable of processing 1 metric tonne per hour and can be scaled to comply to your needs.
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