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MBA Polymers, 2006 Technology Pioneer


The World Economic Forum awarded MBA Polymers of Richmond, California as one of its Technology Pioneers for 2006. MBA Polymers has developed commercial technology to recycle materials from durable goods and products like electronics, computers, business equipment, vehicles, appliances and sports equipment. The automated process starts with whole products being broken down into small pieces about 10mm in size. The recyclable pieces are then separated into groups of ferrous metals, nonferrous metals and numerous types of plastics.





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