Every company that produces a particular product must ultimately dispose of various wastes of materials, which must be handed over to the authorities authorized to receive them. It is worth knowing who has the right to collect and dispose of

Printed circuit boards originated from electrical connection systems developed in the 1850s. Metal strips or rods were originally used to connect large electrical components mounted on wooden bases. Over time, the metal strips were replaced with wires connected to the

Catalyst code N43 have been used in Honda car manufacturing. They are characterized by a metal insert, elongated shape, length up to 55 cm and weight up to 4 kg! There are screw holes in the edges of the cover. The