The list below shows our top stories last month in terms of unique page views.
1 | View on CRTs: Lead smelters want your recovered glass
The CEO of a prominent CRT company seeks to put to rest the rumors that lead smelters are moving away from handling material from old TVs and monitors.
2 | Illinois e-scrap company files for bankruptcy
New Life Electronics Recycling has indicated it has no assets and owes a total of more than $1 million to dozens of creditors.
3 | ERI says there’s still money in the municipal market
While many e-scrap companies have begun avoiding the CRT-heavy streams that define local government collections, the leader of one major processor says cities continue to be valuable partners for his firm.
4 | How a former PC retailer has excelled in ITAD
Despite trying economic times for much of the industry, Missouri-based EPC has found success by sticking with its specialty: refurbing and remarketing used IT equipment.
5 | Students cash in on e-scrap collection idea
College students in Manitoba, Canada won a cash prize recently for coming up with an innovative way to reduce volumes of electronic waste.