Showing posts with label electronics. Show all posts
Showing posts with label electronics. Show all posts

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Ultra-thin glass produced in China breaks world record

Ultra-thin glass produced in China
Ultra-thin glass produced at Bengbu Glass Industry Design Research Institute for use in electronic touch screens has set a new world record for its thinness, reports People's Daily.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Le Japon ne s'avoue pas vaincu dans la course mondiale aux terres rares

fabrication de produits de haute technologie
L'identification par le Japon d'un gisement massif de terres rares témoigne des efforts de l'archipel, deuxième consommateur mondial de ces minéraux stratégiques, pour réduire sa dépendance envers la Chine sur fond de demande croissante et de hausse des prix.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Nearly 42 mln tons of e-waste dumped in 2014

A total of 41.8 million tons of e-waste was discarded globally in 2014, a 2-million tons increase from the previous year, according to a report of the United Nations University published recently.

Monday, August 26, 2013

China absorbs close to 70% of global e-waste. More waste means more business potential.

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By CCTV Correspondent Teressa Siu
China has long been dubbed the graveyard for electronic waste. The United Nations Environmental Program estimates that China absorbs about 70 percent of the world’s unwanted devices but China is creating more e-waste of it’s own.
China’s very own e-waste is already astronomical and growing. This collector says more waste means more business potential.
"We are calling for the producers to be responsible. First not to use toxic waste, then to make ways to collect and dismantle the products at the end of their life." Ma Tianjie, Greenpeace said.

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