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FIFA World Cup Leads to Uptick in Recycling of Flat Screen TVs

2018-06-15 17:28:11| Waste Age

Veolia has received 65 percent more flat screen TVs at its recycling facility in Shropshire, U.K., compared to this time last year.

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