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Tuesday, August 24, 2010
When we are talking about recycling, lithium-ion laptop battery has become one of the hottest topic in environmental protection. However, with more accidents happened and refurbished events emerged, we come to consider more about recycling and potential damage inside it.
As all lithium-ion batteries do, Toshiba laptop battery has its own shelf life according to usage and recharging cycles. Although the performance of battery is determined by all kinds of factors, such as running programs, electrode materials and cells quantity, it still cannot get it rid of limitation in battery life.
As to recycling, some merchants provide deductions on dead laptop battery when selling new batteries. It seems that they have made great contribution on environmental protection, but actually some of them come to take the opportunity to process it into refurbished Toshiba laptop battery, which will disturb the market order.
To be sure, pa3399u 2brs is not so powerful as it used to be when it has been processed into refurbished laptop battery. As a matter of fact, this Toshiba laptop battery is no longer what it should be as a new one. Even though it has a great meaning to environmental protection to recycle these old batteries, it has made merchants to take the advantage of the loopholes to make money while it has harmed the interest of uses.
In addition, as there’s still not appropriate polices and methods about recycling and recovery processing, it seems hard for merchants to normative to laptop battery and related service and manufacturing. To escape from refurbished batteries like Toshiba laptop battery, I think industry association has to proposed introduction of policies to standardize norms for the market. Otherwise, accidents of pa3399u 2brs may cause serious damage which may affect the personal safety of users.
by: USB Phone World