Kansai Recycle Systems to Construct New TV Recycling Plant.Tokyo, Japan, Aug 14, 2006 - (JCN JCN Japan Corporate News
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JCN joint communications network (US DoD) ) - Sharp Corporation announced on August 11 that Kansai Recycling Systems, which is comprised of seven electrical companies - Mitubishi Materials Corporation, Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., Sony Corporation, Hitachi Compliance Group, Fujitsu general, and Mitsubishi Eelctric Co. - will build a new factory for recycling of CRTs.
CRTs are sought to be replaced by LCD TVs A flat panel TV that uses LCD technology or a rear-projection TV that is based on LCD microdisplay panels. See flat panel TV, rear-projection TV and LCD. in 2011. Due to the prediction of disposable CRTs, the company decided to build a second factory in Mie Prefecture Mie Prefecture (三重県 Mie-ken following the first already built in Hirakata, Osaka. The factory will have special recycling technology Recycling technology
Methods for reducing solid waste by reusing discarded materials to make new products. The three integral phases of recycling are the collection of recyclable materials, manufacture or reprocessing of these materials into new products, and encompassing the whole process from taking the TV apart to refining glass to micro pieces.
The factory also uses natural energy such as solar, biomass, micro hydraulic power, and geothermal ge·o·ther·mal also ge·o·ther·mic
Of or relating to the internal heat of the earth.
ge heat. Recycling of TVs has widely penetrated in the community, with 11.6 million TVs recycled in 2005 which is up 104% compared to the previous year.
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