|Title:||A novel approach to iron oxide separation from e-waste and bisphenol A detection in thermal paper receipts using recovered nanocomposites||Authors:||Chen, Shen Ming
Lou, Bih Show
Chen, Tse Wei
|Issue Date:||1-Jan-2018||Journal Volume:||8||Journal Issue:||70||Source:||RSC Advances||Abstract:||
© The Royal Society of Chemistry. To promote sustainability, the effective reutilization of electronic waste and profitable recovery of valuable materials from e-scrap are essential. A recent report showed that 500 million printer cartridges enter landfill annually, creating immense interest in establishing a facile recovery method for transforming waste toner into a ferrous resource. Furthermore, the European Union and US Food and Drug Administration have published guidelines concerning bisphenol A (BPA) use in the manufacture of thermal paper receipts. Accordingly, in this study, BPA levels in thermal receipts collected from various stores in Taiwan were detected by glassy carbon electrodes fabricated using graphene oxide-recovered Fe3O4 nanocomposites.
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