Apple announces opening of Material Recovery Lab in Austin, Texas

Apple today announced the opening of its Material Recovery Lab and it is dedicated to finding future recycling processes. The new 9,000-square-foot location in Austin, Texas, is going to look for revolutionary solutions including robotics and machine learning to improve on regular methods like targeted disassembly, sorting and shredding. This Lab is going to work with academia and Apple engineering teams to suggest solutions to the recycling challenges we have today.

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