Recycle PV Solar is here to help make solar recycling simple. We will walk you through the process, help you understand where PV panels are going, what will happen to collected PV panels, how to be compliant with local regulations, and most importantly – ensure you understand the cost of recycling PV panels.
Over 90% of materials recaptured.
Why Recycle PV?
For solar to be a truly sustainable and clean energy source, the full lifecycle of solar components must be addressed by manufacturers, distributors, contractors, and O&M providers.
In areas of the US, like California, PV modules must be handled as hazardous waste at end of life. Improper disposal can lead to groundwater issues.
Who Benefits from Recycling Solar?
Repurposing and recycling is better for organizations, supply chains, and the environment.
Understand the costs of recycling solar. Then turn solar removal into a new source of income. Highlight responsible disposal as part of sustainable processes to customers.
Provide a solar recycling program to your contractor network with clear processes and costs. Turn solar recycling into a sustainability initiative.
Know exactly what to do with PV modules from managed sites when damaged or replaced, while meeting or exceeding local disposal regulations.
Be a full-service supplier, offering solutions to customers with end-of-life panels. Show you are in the solar industry for the long haul.
How Does This Work?
Solar panels are an increasingly important source of renewable power that will play an essential role in fighting climate change. They are also complex pieces of technology that become big, bulky sheets of electronic waste at the end of their lives — and right now, most of the world doesn’t have a plan for dealing with that.
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