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B2B Sales & Business Development Consultant ZACH KALLERGIS

I provide Strategic Advice & Implementation services for the B2B Solar sector helping Brands identify new exciting Business Opportunities approaching each of my clients with fresh eyes to...

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Even though this post is not related to the European Market it is definitely worth being shared as New California regulation could jump-start solar panel recycling sector.
A long-awaited change to California’s regulations on the handling of solar panel waste is expected to take effect later this year with implications that could shape the developing U.S. solar panel recycling industry.
The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) is poised to classify solar panels as a subset of hazardous waste known as universal waste – a change that, legal experts say, makes recycling the panels easier in several ways.

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