Green Pyrolysis of Used Printed Wiring Board Powders
Rapid technological innovation has propelled the use of electronic equipment leading to the generation of more and more waste electrical and electronic equipments (WEEE). Printed wiring board (PWB) is a component made of one or more layers of insulating material with electrical conductors. to investigate an environmentally friendly process to recycle PWBs, PWB samples with and without additives were pyrolyzed. Liquid, gas and solid products were achieved with different conversion fraction. Analysis of the exhaust gases from the experiments using GC-MS and MS showed that without CaCO3 additives poisonous gases such as C6H6 and HBr were produced which were adequately controlled if CaCO3 was added.
X. Zuo et al., "Green Pyrolysis of Used Printed Wiring Board Powders," TMS Annual Meeting, Wiley, Jan 2011.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118086391.ch3
TMS Annual Meeting (2011, San Diego, CA)
Materials Science and Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
© 2011 Wiley, All rights reserved.
01 Jan 2011