Readers displayed a range of interests last month, gravitating toward articles about a prison sentence, facility expansion, exports-tracking report, metals-recovery investment and the E-Scrap Conference.
The list below shows our top stories published in October in terms of unique page views.
1 | Former e-scrap CEO sentenced to prison
The former head of an e-scrap startup has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for conspiracy and fraud. He has appealed, claiming ineffective representation from his court-appointed attorney.
2 | Dynamic starts up Wisconsin expansion
An e-scrap processor has completed a $19 million update to its headquarters, adding a facility that began operating last month.
3 | Latest GPS tracking report charts Canadian exports
The Basel Action Network released a report stating two Canadian companies have exported end-of-life electronics to Hong Kong and Pakistan.
4 | Processing technology wins investment to scale up
A Canadian e-scrap technology company has received over $700,000 after pitching its hydrometallurgical process on a reality TV show.
5 | Leaders weigh in on CRTs and other pressing issues
During the opening session of the 2018 E-Scrap Conference, experts discussed commodity markets, the emerging service nature of the industry, lingering CRT concerns, future growth opportunities and more.
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