Speakers at a panel at the 2022 E-Reuse Conference.

Insight from OEMs on their sustainability approaches was of interest to readers last month. | Dan Leif/Resource Recycling, Inc.

Readers in November were drawn to articles about how major OEMs approach sustainability, a CRT case settlement, an emerging blockchain-based ITAD trading tool and more.

The list below shows our top stories published in November in terms of unique page views.

1 | How three OEMs approach product sustainability
Leaders from Dell, Google and Samsung laid out details in November on how their companies are building strategies around repair, device longevity and more.

2 | Landlords in Closed Loop case to drop suit against MRM and OEMs
Under a legal settlement submitted this week, warehouse owners will drop their CRT lawsuit against Samsung, LG and MRM. E-scrap processor Kuusakoski, however, will pay another $1 million.

3 | Blockchain tool for ITAD trading comes closer to fruition
Industry stakeholders have taken the next steps on a blockchain-based project to better track data and reduce the possibility of fraud in device buying and selling.

4 | Processor brings facility on-line near Las Vegas
E-scrap processor evTerra has activated its large-scale shredding and separation system in Nevada, a significant step in the company’s nationwide expansion project.

5 | Processor secures closed-loop plastics recycling deal
A British Columbia electronics recycling company has struck a supply deal allowing true closed-loop recycling of polypropylene from lead batteries.


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