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Sioux City CRT stockpiles prompt enforcement action

by Colin Staub

State and federal regulators are putting pressure on an Iowa CRT processor they say has illegally stockpiled glass and allowed lead to contaminate the ground.


ITAD firm reports strong market for used devices

by Colin Staub

The average resale price for desktop computers and laptops has grown over the past two and a half years, according to a report by a prominent ITAD company.


Stakeholders spar as CRTs sit in Virginia warehouse

by Bobby Elliott

A property owner and public waste authority are at odds over a CRT stockpile in Richmond, Va. Meanwhile, the U.S. EPA has been asked to get involved.

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Connecting data and pricing at E-Scrap 2017

Large amounts of data have been gathered and analyzed regarding the resale value of working electronics. At the upcoming E-Scrap 2017 conference, a session will allow attendees to explore this topic further.

Head to for all the latest on attending, sponsoring and exhibiting.


Getting the lay of the e-plastics recycling land

by Bobby Elliott

Despite the technical and market challenges to recycling e-plastics, efforts are afoot to boost domestic reclamation of the relatively low-value material.

So you want to expand into ITAD?

by Chris Ko and Emily Gonzales

Successfully selling reusable electronics requires careful planning. Our authors provide advice for entering the business.

E-Scrap News September 2016

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