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How to deal with the scrapped circuit board?

How to deal with the scrapped circuit board?

Printed Circuit Board (PCB) is the foundation of the development of the electronics industry and an indispensable part of all kinds of electronic products. In recent years, due to the accelerated product upgrades in the electronics and technology information industry, a large amount of electronic waste has been generated, and the number of wastes of electronic circuit boards has increased. It has become the fastest growing type of solid waste in municipal waste.
The amount of waste PCBs produced is also very amazing. It is estimated that the proportion of waste PCBs in electronic waste is about 4%. There are many PCB factories in mainland China, and the amount of waste PCBs to be processed each year is about 500,000 tons. . The waste PCB contains a large amount of heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, brominated flame retardants, and toxic and harmful substances such as polyvinyl chloride. A slight mishandling will cause serious secondary pollution, which will cause huge harm on the environment and humans.. At the same time, the waste PCB is enriched with a large amount of valuable metals such as copper, gold, silver, palladium, platinum, etc., which have high economic recovery value. If these valuable metal components can be effectively separated and recycled, The recycling of valuable metals will enable enterprises to obtain huge economic benefits while alleviating the contradiction of demand for non-ferrous metals and rare metals in China, which is of great significance to the sustainable development of China’s social economy.

How to deal with the scrapped circuit board?

How should FASTPCBA deal with the discarded PCb generated?

Our waste PCB processing process:

Waste PCB → Solder Removal → Crushing → Fine Grinding → Cyclone Separation → Copper Powder → Metal

The above is the information provided by our company, hope it’s helpful to you!

May-17-2019

FASTPCBA