A range of topics grabbed readers last month, including CRT disposal, ITAD growth and OEM developments.
The list below shows our top stories published in June in terms of unique page views.
1 | Lawmakers revive bill to restrict e-scrap exports
Federal legislators have reintroduced legislation banning exports of untested, non-working electronics, a move that could significantly alter the way that many e-scrap companies handle material.
2 | Kuusakoski loses landfill option for leaded CRT glass
An Illinois landfill disposition program for funnel glass is being phased out after five years.
3 | Partnership model helps firm expand ITAD globally
Technology distributor Ingram Micro has established itself in asset disposition in recent years. Now, it is rolling out a program to grow by leveraging its subcontractor companies.
4 | Trouble tracking e-scrap laws? There’s a tool for that
With over two dozen e-scrap laws around the country, it can be hard to keep up with their unique requirements. An industry group now provides a single resource covering all the intricacies.
5 | Apple, Google and HP all make e-scrap moves
Three major electronics brands recently made recycling- and repair-related announcements or released new figures on their materials recovery progress.