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WEEEs undergo to sorting and selection steps, and to treatment processes:

  • the appliances with cathode ray tube (TV and monitors) are manually disassembled and then treated with specialized machines, which use a sophisticated cutting system by diamond disks. This step allows the separation of glass display from funnel glass, and the simultaneous intake of dangerous fluorescent powders contained in the cathode ray tube
  • the appliances without CRT (small household appliances), are cleared from potentially hazardous components (such as cartridges and toner for printers and copiers). Then, they are treated in a special machine  that separates  all the fractions (e.g. metals, plastics, circuit boards)
  • fluorescent tubes and CFL lamps, are properly sorted and treated in a special plant which separates the components (ferrous metals, non-ferrous metals, and glass)

Relight was founded in 1999 by a cooperation project with Philips to create a network for the collection and recovery of fluorescent lamps in Italy.

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