For some electronics recyclers, electronic scrap starts and ends with computers and computer related equipment, such as CPU units, monitors, printers and peripheral equipment.
What does ELECTRO stand for?
ELECTRO stands for Electronics
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Enhanced Learning with Creative Technologies
- Electrical, Electronics and Communications Trade Association
- National Emergency Airborne Command Post (call sign)
- Electro-Optical Intelligence (US DoD)
- Electrosurgical Loop Excision of the Cervical Transformation Zone (excisional procedure)
- Edge Emitting Light Emitting Diode
- Entangled Light-Emitting Diode
- European Landscape Education Exchanges (landscape architecture network; est. 1985; UK)
- East London Energy Efficiency Advice Centre (UK)
- e-learning and e-education (open access journal)
- Elastic Low-Energy Electron Diffraction
- Early Lateral Energy Fraction (acoustics)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Highlights of the roadmap will be previewed at IPC Printed Circuits Expo, APEX and the Designers Summit this Week LOS ANGELES -- The 2007 iNEMI Roadmap, which will be available to industry next month, charts the technology and infrastructure needs of the electronics manufacturing industry through 2017.
The business models associated with collecting and processing end-of-life electronics appear very different at first glance, but in fact they share the same fundamental goal.
The recycling and separating system brings &lamination technology, developed in Europe and acquired by MaSeR, to the North American electronics recycling industry for the first time.
L), the inventor and manufacturer of ElekTex[R] smart fabric touchpads for consumer electronics, today announced it has been chosen by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA [R]) as an International CES Innovations 2007 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree for its iPod controller.
electronics manufacturers, electronics recyclers and legislators will likely watch the WEEE implementation process closely.
There is little dispute among all parties concerned (electronics recyclers, solid waste department officials and electronics manufacturers, among others) that America's basements, garages and corporate storage facilities hold an abundance of obsolete equipment.
The report profiles 238 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Amtex Electronics Pty.