Fujitsu turns CDs into PCs

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Company claims to have developed an industry-first process that cuts plastic production and reduces emissions by 15 per cent

Electronics giant Fujitsu has unveiled what it claims is the PC industry's very first system for recycling used CDs and DVDs to make the plastic bodies of notebook computers. It says using the discs...

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