Coverage of Iron Mountain’s ITAD financial results, Camston Wrather’s expansion plans and a smelter project setback drew readers’ clicks in March.
The list below shows our top stories published in March in terms of unique page views.
1 | Iron Mountain sees higher sales from ITAD business
Data management giant Iron Mountain saw a $213 million bump in its revenue last year because of its acquisition of ITRenew.
Camston Wrather, a company with a unique process for extracting metals from printed circuit boards, announced it is planning to grow and expand aggressively across the U.S., after years of keeping a relatively low profile.
3 | Exurban cuts rural site from smelter project consideration
Facing an ongoing lawsuit, the company behind a planned e-scrap smelter near Fort Wayne, Ind. has decided to look to build elsewhere.
4 | Lithium-ion battery recyclers announce growth
Recently, Li-Cycle received federal funding for a facility, AquaMetals announced a technology breakthrough and Ecobat shared its plans to build a facility in Arizona.
5 | Processor loses certification over exports to Asia
Arizona-based eGreen IT Solutions was stripped of its e-Stewards certification after GPS trackers showed overseas printer shipments. The company says it did not “knowingly” break rules.