Cirba Solutions announced it will build an EV battery materials facility in South Carolina. The first phase of investment is more than $300 million.
Michigan-based e-Stewards recycler Comprenew participated in the ADVANCE+ workforce inclusion program and now employs nine workers who are on the autism spectrum.
Over two dozen state and territorial attorneys generals sent a letter to Congress asking for greater efforts on passing right-to-repair legislation for cars, agricultural equipment and digital electronics.
A judge in the U.S. District Court in Ohio on March 16 closed the legal case against companies that were responsible for sending CRT materials to Closed Loop Refining and Recovery in Columbus, Ohio. The case, which has been ongoing for five and a half years, ended after all defendants either agreed to settlements or were dropped by the plaintiffs. A similar case over Closed Loop’s operations in Arizona is ongoing.
e-Stewards expanded its footprint in the U.S. over the past six months, adding fourteen certified locations for a total of 98 certified processing sites.
Homeboy Electronics Recycling began processing EV charging stations.
HyperOffice launched an R2v3 compliance suite to simplify the process of Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI) R2v3 certification, calling it a “TurboTax for R2.”
Sortera Alloys opened a research and development center in Austin, Texas.