Japan anticipates photovoltaic waste; global recyling on the horizon

Following a report by the Environment Ministry, the Japanese government announced it will implement recycling targets for solar modules by the end of 2015. The announcement follows a report by the ministry that calculated waste from photovoltaic modules will be at 3,000 tonnes in 2020, but will j...

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