Investigations into CRT stockpiles and the filing of criminal charges over leaded glass disposal drew our readers’ attention last month.
The list below shows our top stories last month in terms of unique page views.
1 | Iowa processor caught in CRT tangle
A stockpile of CRT glass in the Midwest has caught the attention of the U.S. EPA and led state regulators to suspend an e-scrap company’s license to accept the material.
2 | Owner of shuttered processor indicted
Kenny Gravitt, who led Kentucky-based GES, could be facing prison time and steep fines in connection with the handling and disposal of CRT glass.
3 | Deal gone sour leads to $190,000 lawsuit
Illinois-based electronics refurb firm PC Rebuilders and Recyclers has been sued by another industry firm that claims tens of thousands of dollars in payment have not materialized.
4 | GEEP worker finds $100,000 inside discarded TV
An employee at an e-scrap facility in Ontario discovered just how much money there is in used electronics.
5 | Auditor adjustment could affect R2-certified firms
E-scrap facilities with R2 certification will face stricter audits beginning this year as auditors shift their focus to outcome rather than policy.