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URT converts CRTs into feedstock for tiles

by Jared Paben

One of the country’s largest e-scrap companies is recycling CRT glass into a marketable product that could reduce the processor’s dependence on erratic downstream markets for leaded material.

CRT glass processing equipment at URT.

Nulife finishes company-wide CRT cleanup

by Colin Staub

Nulife Glass has removed all CRT materials from its shuttered Virginia site, which was the last of the company’s locations where leaded glass was being stored.

Building formerly occupied by Nulife Glass.

Feds put millions behind lithium-ion battery recycling

by Colin Staub

The U.S. Department of Energy will award $5.5 million to companies advancing lithium-ion battery recycling technology, and it will dedicate $15 million to developing a research center focused on the material.

Close up of a lithium-ion battery for a digital camera.

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How the recycling industry fits into Ontario’s EPR plans

by Clayton Miller

A processor argues that one Canadian province’s move toward increased manufacturer responsibility for end-of-life electronics is beneficial to the e-scrap industry.

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E-scrap challenges in implementing a circular economy

by Mark Burrows-Smith

A leader from a group that collects material on behalf of OEMs in the U.K. explains the ambitious circular economy targets recently laid out in Europe and how they pertain to e-scrap.

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How an auction mistake led to an e-scrap venture

by Jared Paben

A small e-scrap processor in California prioritizes device reuse over recycling, a focus that yields both environmental and revenue benefits. But the company had a bit of an inauspicious beginning.

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