since 1981

Scrap

The devices that can not be reconditioned, the following types of processes R2/RIOS certificates.
All material not recoverable by nature or because it IS definitely not working / no longer marketable, follows the process of destruction. Even at this stage of work, there are different categories of equipment, and not all types of goods are equally treated. must be said that there is much difference between the equipment defined as hazardous and non hazardousAlso among those not dangerous, for example, there are further sub-categories that frame many varieties of equipment. It's important that those companies that are going to scrap the obsolete IT equipment, know that the IT is not taken over and run all the same.

All material that belongs to the world of non-hazardous, and that is identified by code CER 160214 ( PC, servers, adapters, hard disks, keyboards, mice, etc ...) follows its own wayequipment identified as hazardous code CER 160 213 , a classic example of CRT, LCD / TV, will follow another way, in this case more complex due to the nature of the product. Devices that can’t be retired get dismantled, and then divided their components, in the end divided per raw materials such as plastic or aluminium.
Once identified and classified the waste, this is put into a storage area used exclusively to receive of the goods with that specific code "CER".

Equipment that can't be scrapped get dismantled, separated the components into raw materials such as plastic, aluminum, copper and circuit boards.
These components are sent to engineers, will be subsequently used to generate high quality raw materials.

Some photos of the plant used to follow this process:
  

CHIBO S.r.l.
Via Nobel, 27/29A
Q.re SPIP- 43122 Parma - Italy
Tel. (+39) 0521/606611
Fax. (+39) 0521/607750
P.IVA 00762480341
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