Best Buy launched a home e-scrap collection service. U.S. customers can have the company pick up two large products, such as TVs, major appliances, all-in-one computers and monitors, and select smaller products, such as laptops, cameras, cords or gaming consoles, for $199.99.
Elemental Holding Group announced record platinum group metals production for 2021, at over half a million ounces, a 25% increase over 2020.
Nashville-based Richards & Richards owner Bowman Richards was named president of the International Secure Information Governance & Management Association (i-SIGMA).
St. Louis-based technology provider plug introduced an electronics buy-back program.
Repair.org launched “What The Fix?!,” a video podcast with leaders in the right-to-repair movement.
Equipment manufacturer Shred-Tech redesigned its logo and website.
Sunnking announced a winner in its contest to name its e-scrap shredder: Shreddie Van Halen. A State University of New York Brockport student suggested the name, which got 34% of the 1,700 votes. Shreddy Krueger was the runner-up with 24%.
Michigan-based ITAD company Tech Defenders hired Matt Cooper, former Apple regional sales manager, as vice president of business development.