Videocon shuts down furnaces – and stokes concerns

The world's only remaining glass-to-glass recycling outlet for CRTs has idled its panel and funnel furnaces in Bharuch, India for "heavy maintenance" and stopped taking CRT glass from its U.

S. partner, Cali Resources, E-Scrap News has learned.   The president of Cali Resources said any glass that would traditionally head to India is being processed in Mexico for a construction-products venture between Cali Resources and its partners.Read more at: resource-recycling.com/node/6575The world's only remaining glass-to-glass recycling outlet for CRTs has idled its panel and funnel furnaces in Bharuch, India for "heavy maintenance" and stopped taking CRT glass from its U.S. partner, Cali Resources, E-Scrap News has learned.  

The president of Cali Resources said any glass that would traditionally head to India is being processed in Mexico for a construction-products venture between Cali Resources and its partners.

Read more at: resource-recycling.com/node/6575

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Date: 26 October 2015
Source: www.resource-recycling.com

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