Did you know that replacing your laptop's CMOS battery can not only extend its lifespan but also help minimize electronic waste and reduce carbon emissions? According to a public study, the manufacturing of portable electronic devices consumes a significant amount of energy and generates a large amount of CO2 emissions, making it imperative to minimize e-waste and reduce the energy we extract from the planet.
At Rome Tech Batteries, we are committed to ensuring that every portable device gets a second chance. By providing CMOS battery replacements, we help prevent toxic waste, promote the reduction of waste material, and encourage the reuse and recycling of resources that can benefit future generations.
Replacing your laptop's CMOS battery is a simple yet impactful step towards sustainability. It not only extends the life of your device but also supports the protection of our planet's resources, making a small but significant contribution to a better future for all.
THE FUTURE OF POLYCARBONATE
Our cases are made of polycarbonate which is a polymer material that has many advantages. It is lightweight, durable, elastic, does not crack easily, flexes under stress and retains all these qualities in a very wide temperature range - from -40 ° C to + 125 ° C. But, despite such an impressive list of positive qualities, many consumers are still primarily interested in whether polycarbonate is harmful to the environment and human health?
Polycarbonate is non-toxic - Due to the fact that the composition does not contain heavy metals and hazardous compounds,
even with strong heating, polymers of this type do not emit toxic substances.
Polycarbonate is used in the food and medical industries. It is used in the manufacture of kitchen appliances (coffee makers, juicers),
dishes, vessels for blood transfusion and even dentures.
Among other things, it is not only absolutely harmless and non-toxic, but also capable of increasing safety. This material is characterized by increased fire resistance and does not burn at all (it only melts slowly), which means that products made from it are able to minimize losses in case of fire.
Despite the benefits described above, polycarbonate is still a plastic with the potential for harm to the environment if it’s not recycled or used responsibly; however, it’s benefits are undeniable and it offers efficient recycling options. There is on-going scientific research about organic and sustainable replacement options. We are still many years away from mass production and new manufacturing processes but these potential improvements could see polycarbonate become 100% green and an even more desirable plastic moving forward.