As long as there are solar cells and photovoltaics, the whole industry is concerned with the question of recovering precious raw materials.

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Loser Chemie GmbH as a part of the LFFICIENCY Holding has developed a process in which recycling of old, used photovoltaic modules is not, as usual, the glass is shredded (which would indeed involve a costly re-melting) but by a combination of mechanical and chemical processes, the glass is preserved as a whole and, moreover, the important raw materials are recovered. A 100% recycling so.

The topic will also be discussed at the Tesoma stand at the glasstec trade fair in Dusseldorf. Tesoma is a partner company of Loser Chemie GmbH and builds the corresponding mechanical components. If you want to visit us, you will find us in hall 12 on stand 12 / A48. And if you want to know how it all works in detail, then the current article in PV magazine PES is recommended. http://online.pubhtml5.com/laed/qmtn/#p=57

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The efficient and sustainable use of raw materials and resources concerns us all. And so we are very pleased that the Loser Chemie GmbH, which is also part of the LFFICIENCY Holding, has been nominated by the jury of the German Resource Efficiency Prize with the theme "Aqualux - photovoltaic recycling simply with water".

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At the invitation of the managing director of Smedic Technology Co., LtD, Mr. Weijie Shi, the managing director of Loser Chemie GmbH Ulrich Loser and chief technologist Dr. Ing. Wolfram Palitzsch to Tianzhu, China, near Beijing, to conduct joint tests and trials on various water treatment processes.

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Next week, the 2nd World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF) will take place in Yokohama, Japan, on October 22-24, 2018.

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As long as there are solar cells and photovoltaics, the whole industry is concerned with the question of recovering precious raw materials.

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Loser Chemie GmbH at the Intersolar Europe in Munich

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