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Samsung to recover rare metals, components in Galaxy Note 7s

Seattle Times Tuesday, 18 July 2017 ()
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Samsung Electronics says it will recover gold and other metals in the recalled Galaxy Note 7 and retrieve components from the fire-prone phones to reduce wastes. The South Korean company said in a statement Tuesday it will likely retrieve 157 tons of gold, silver, cobalt, copper and other metals from […]
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Samsung plans to recycle 157 tonnes of rare metals, including gold, from its recalled Galaxy Note 7s, in an attempt to reduce the environmental impact. The company was forced to launch a 16-billion-euro recall in October last year after it was discovered that the devices were prone to overheating and...

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