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  • Last update: Wednesday 28 June 2017 [13 news items]

Taiwan hopes to cooperate with EU in green economy

Jun 28, 13:17

The Taiwan government hopes to cooperate with the European Union (EU) in a green economy, in particular: plastic materials recycling, garbage reuse, reclamation of precious metals...

Metal recycling firm JYD receives investment from Mitsui

Oct 1, 14:16

Taiwan-based precious metal recycling firm Jin Yeeh Ding (JYD) Enterprise has recently started a private fund raiser and attracted Japan-based mining and smelting firm Mitsui Kinzoku...

Taiwan promoting recycling of household wastewater for industrial use

Jul 31, 15:53

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has been assisting industrial parks to set up disposal facilities to recycle household wastewater for use in production at the industrial...

Foxlink steps into biotechnological disposal of leftovers

Jul 17, 11:02

Electronic connector maker Foxlink (Cheng Uei Precision Industry) has stepped into green businesses recycling food leftovers into fertilizer using biotechnological processes. Trials...

FIH investment in CExchange targets China market

Sep 10, 15:37

FIH Mobile, a Hong Kong-listed smartphone ODM belonging to the Foxconn Group, has made a strategic investment of US$10.5 million for a 30% stake in CExchange, a US-based provider...

AUO unveils complete wastewater recycling solution

Mar 21, 11:36

Taiwan-based TFT-LCD panel maker AU Optronics (AUO) on March 20 introduced an in-house-developed solution for completely recycling wastewater to attain zero discharge of wastes.

Wistron expects to profit from PC recycling beginning 2Q13

Aug 27, 11:21

Wistron has stepped into recycling scrap PCs at its factory in Kunshan, eastern China, and expects to recycle 4,000 tons of scrap PCs a month in 2013, with the recycling business...

Wistron sees on-year growth in April revenues

May 10, 01:15

Taiwan-based notebook maker Wistron has announced consolidated revenues of NT$44.01 billion (US$1.54 billion), down 11.3% on month, but up 10.8% on year, while its notebook shipments...

Wistron estimates over 10% growth in notebook and LCD TV shipments in 2Q11

Apr 28, 01:15

Wistron chairman Simon Lin, at the company's investors meeting on April 27, pointed out that the company's revenue performance in the first quarter of 2011 was lower than expected...

Wistron to establish plants for recycling electronics waste in China in 2011

Feb 1, 15:36

Wistron plans to establish plants in Kunshan, China for recycling electronics waste such as plastic materials from PCs and PCBs with cooperation from Taiwan-based Super Dragon Technology,...

Wistron board approves various investments, including acquisition of rollable display specialist Polymer Vision

Oct 29, 17:08

Wistron announced on October 28 that its board of directors has officially approved the company's 12 million euro (US$17.76 million) investment made to acquire Holland-based e-paper...

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Green computing sector to reach almost US$224 billion in 2013, says NextGen Research

Oct 2, 17:06

Computer and server vendors are working to make their products increasingly energy-efficient and environmentally benign, in order to tap into a market for green computing equipment...

ITRI's liquid crystal recycling technology helps Taiwan panel makers cut costs

Jun 27, 14:46

The Taiwan government-sponsored Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has claimed that its TFT liquid crystal recycling technology has helped Taiwan's panel makers save...

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    Intel makes art from old PCs

    Intel displayed a skull head sculpture made out of discarded motherboards, keyboards, chassis and monitors, during the recent IDF in San Francisco. The project was to promote recycling,...

    Photo: Monica Chen, Aug 25.

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