In this age of tariff tiffs and looming trade wars, the business case for recycling electronics has become that much more compelling. It is cheaper to reuse materials such as aluminum, tin and rare earth metals if the quality can be maintained. Daisy, Apple's latest dis-assembly bot, is designed to do just that. However, given Daisy can take apart only 200 iPhones per hour, while more than 30,000 are sold in that time, it's going to take an immense field of Daisies to make a dent. Still ,it is a promising move in right direction: circular. Everything old can become new again when waste becomes resource.
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