An in-depth conversation on how to make waste management in the PV industry more sustainable

This Meetup event aspires to explore the challenges and opportunities in the management of reusable components and residual waste that is produced towards the end of life of photovoltaic (PV) system components. We want to focus the discussion on:

  • Challenges and opportunities of PV recycling in Puerto Rico

  • Development of sustainable public policy from the vantage point of environmental and public health awareness

  • Diversion of solid waste from Puerto Rico’s landfills through secondary markets

  • Consumer awareness and education programs

Virtual Meet Up

The event will be streamed via ZOOM

NEW Date:

  • Friday, November 11th, 2022


  • 8:30am – 1:00pm

Frequently Asked Questions

What are photovoltaic (P.V.) panels?

Photovoltaic (PV) panels are commonly known as solar cell panels or solar panels.

Do I need to own PV panels to participate?

No. The event is designed to impart knowledge on how to sustainably manage PV system components during and after their useful life. Whether you already own or have interest in having a PV system in the future, this event will help you make better informed decisions to that end.

Do PV panels have an expiration date?

Yes, the efficiency of a PV panel begins to degrade after 20-25 years of use on account of weather conditions, chemical deterioration of its components, as well as equipment operation and maintenance.

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