Boeing and UK-based ELG Carbon Fibre have partnered to recycle excess aerospace-grade composite material from 11 Boeing manufacturing sites, a move that potentially could monetize the hard-to-reuse leftover material and cut down on environmental waste. The excess material, more than one million pounds a year, could be used by other companies to make products, such as electronic accessories and automotive equipment, and could serve an important role there by guaranteeing supply. The ...

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