Brother R: Sister R, didn't you visit the LED waste lighting source recycling plant today, did you learn anything? Sister R: Of course there is! Then I will take the test R first, why do you think it is necessary to recycle waste lighting sources? Brother R: I remember... There are glass, plastic, iron, aluminum, etc. in the waste lighting source, which can be recycled and reused, but because there is also mercury, which is a harmful substance, it must be recycled. Sister R:
That's right~ Traditional waste lighting sources contain "mercury", which will cause harm to the environment if not handled Special Database properly! However, LEDs do not contain "mercury"~ Brother R: Wow! Mercury-free and power-saving, LEDs are really awesome! B02(1) Photo Credit: Critical Review Network Sister R: Since the LED lighting source is composed of various materials, the process of recycling and processing is different from the process and equipment of the traditional waste lighting source!
First, it is crushed by a shredder, then magnetic material scrap is separated by a magnetic separator, and then enters an eddy current separator to separate non-magnetic metal scrap and aluminum. Finally, the separated circuit boards and plastics are separated by manual dismantling, and then handed over to the relevant industry. Recycle and reuse. The waste circuit boards are handed over to a Class A waste treatment plant for disposal.