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Is It Possible to Recycle Used RFID Tags From Products?
And is there a commercial market for those that have already been used?
I believe that it would be possible to remove RFID transponders from product labels and hangtags, and to them use them again, but I am unaware of any company actually doing so. I don't think there is much of a market at the moment, to be honest.
A dry inlay—a transponder on a substrate—costs approximately 7 cents apiece in large quantities, so it's not clear whether using recycled tags would save you much money. That could change, however, as tag demand begins to rise.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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