Author(s): M. Arun Kumar, S. Ashwin Kannan, R. Ram Kumar, R. Ramesh Krishnan
Published in: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Volume/Issue: Volume. 6 - Issue. 01 , February - 2017
E-waste accumulation has become a major concern for most of the environmental problems. The E-waste accumulation becomes an immediate environmental issue which can develop the human health hazards such as inflammation and oxidative stress precursor to cardiovascular diseases, cancer, skin diseases, and DNA damage etc. Recycling is the major way to dispose E-waste materials. Replacing the E-waste into the useful products is the major challenging process. Printed Circuit Board (PCB) which holds a majority share in E-waste is most hazardous when dumped into water, air and land. So we are in need to reuse or recycle the e-waste into some useful materials. In this paper, discussion about the recycling of Printed Circuit Board (PCB), Mechanical behavior of PCB with natural fibers, polymer matrices and also the combination of fibers with various materials along with various compositions are studied.
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