Cyber Acoustics, which manufactures computer peripherals, launched a recycling program through which the company will accept and process wired headphones and headsets of any brand.

Battery recycling firm Ecobat announced that Jamie Pierson has been appointed as the company’s chief financial officer.

Data storage and destruction company Iron Mountain reported its second-quarter financial results.

Nth Cycle, which processes e-scrap and mine tailings, announced it is building out a 12,000-square-foot office location in Beverly, Mass., which will serve as the company’s headquarters.

Reverse logistics firm Re-Teck subsidiary Great Focus Inc. developed a video game to educate the public about electronics recycling. Players will create a robot that recycles electronics, and they will collect parts and tools that help them advance in the game.

Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI) added Spanish and Japanese translations of the R2v3 standard to the R2 Document Library. SERI also announced nine new members were appointed to the R2 Technical Advisory Committee.