EWaste Africa, a lighting and electronic-waste recycling company, has begun work on a prototype rare earth metals recycling facility in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal.
Breaking a light bulb and in particular, the modern energy-saving compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) is a normal occurrence – a lamp either breaks or goes to light bulb recycling because it got burnt and thus the need for a solution to recycle light bulbs. To one person, light bulb disposal is as easy as sweeping […]
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“E-Waste Africa in a contract with Balcan Engineering by installing the lates
“E-Waste Africa and Balcan Engineering in partnership for the first light bulb recycling in Africa.”
“Balcan installs a recycling fluorescent lights and other types of crushed and whole lamps.”
“The first South African environmentally- friendly light bulb recycling plant is opened in Pietermaritzburg.” http://www.ewasteafrica.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/newspaper.pdf