Evaluation on end-of-life LEDs by understanding the criticality and recyclability for metals recycling

Volume: 182, Pages: 624 - 633
Published: May 1, 2018
Abstract
End-of-life light emitting diode (LED) associated with its electronic product is a new type of electronic waste (E-waste) and contains considerable amounts of valuable and hazardous metals. Although the quantity of a single LED is small, the total number of end-of-life LEDs is extremely significant that requires proper management and recycling from both resource and environmental points of view. Particularly, metals recycling from electronic...
Paper Details
Title
Evaluation on end-of-life LEDs by understanding the criticality and recyclability for metals recycling
Published Date
May 1, 2018
Volume
182
Pages
624 - 633
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