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Electronics recycling

The importance of particle size distribution (PSD)

Particle size distribution (PSD) refers to a list of values used to illustrate the relative amount of particles sizes in a sample of a particulate product. Once the required particle size is finalised for a specific particulate product, trials are carried out to determine the appropriate equipment to achieve the desired results at production scale. This equipment is then used to achieve a consistent particle size, and, as a result, the finished product will exhibit the required characteristics and properties.  

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Electronics recycling

Getting Value From E-Cycling

Between 2009 and 2012, the European Union (EU) funded an aptly-titled project called the Recovery of Electronic Waste through Advanced Recycling and Demonstration (REWARD).

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For Food, Appearance Is Everything

For humans, our enjoyment of food is about more than taste. We eat with our eyes as well as our stomach and this largely contributes to the astonishing scale of food waste across the world.

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Why It’s Important To Service Your Machine Regularly

Employers have a legal obligation to ensure correct maintenance of machinery in the workplace. This helps to reduce any risks as a result of unexpected failures and helps to keep the work-force safe.

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