Nortel develops substitute for chromium VI metal coating

Telecommunications manufacturer Nortel Networks has developed an electroplating process which uses a molybdenum compound in place of toxic hexavalent chromium coatings. In part, the investment is a response to a draft EC Directive on recovery of waste electrical equipment which would require components containing chromium VI to be removed from end-of-life equipment.

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