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What should we do for complete solar system waste?

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Published by Mars November 21,2019

      With the vigorous development of the complete solar system industry, the problem of recycling and management of complete solar system waste has become increasingly prominent. Complete solar system technology is being used more and more widely.With the vigorous development of the complete solar system industry, the problem of recycling and management of complete solar system waste has become increasingly prominent. The EU has officially included waste stand alone solar panels in the field of e-waste management in 2012, but China's current policy on stand alone solar panels waste collection is still under discussion.

 

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      Stand alone solar panels include crystalline silicon components and thin-film cells. The design life of stand alone solar panels is generally set at 25 years, and the actual operating life may be longer. This feature has led to a long period of time from the large number of uses of stand alone solar panels to the large amount of disposal, and now, this cycle is not far away.

 

 

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     At present, Europe and the United States have begun to recycle complete solar power kits materials. Prior to 2012, the European Union's e-waste regulations did not include complete solar power kits in the management category, mainly to prevent additional burdens on the promotion of new energy technologies, but mainstream complete solar power kits companies have already initiated voluntary recycling operations. In 2011, the EU's PV cycle recycling program recycled more than 1,400 tons of complete solar power kits with a recovery rate close to 70%. In 2012, the European Union incorporated complete solar power kits into the European Union's Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) catalogue. According to the requirements of the directive, the recycling rate of electronic products needs to reach more than 85% before 2019, and the recycling rate of stand alone solar system materials should reach 80% or more.

     So far, the global construction of stand alone solar system recycling facilities is still in its infancy, and a reasonable spatial layout can further reduce the recycling cost of stand alone solar system materials and improve the efficiency of recycling.

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