September 24, 2013

What are you going to do with those old music CDs?



Long gone are the days of using a CD player to listen to one CD at a time. These days, many people combine all their music in a music library on their computers, phones, and music players. If you’re one of those people, you’re probably wondering what to do with all those CDs after uploading the music to your music library.

An R&D news article written this morning gives us yet another reason to recycle old CDs! According to the article, researchers in Taiwan have devised a way to break down sewage using these discs. As many are aware, CDs can spin fast. Due to this feature, CDs are not only able to help cut down pollutants in sewage water, but they can also accelerate the process as well. If you would like to learn more about this new waste-water treatment, click here to read the full article.