AES signed a recycling services agreement with SOLARCYCLE and launched a pilot program to study construction breakage rates and end-of-life solar panels.
The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery increased the rate of pay to e-scrap recyclers to 98 cents per pound for CRT material and $1.10 per pound for non-CRT material.
Camston Wrather appointed Darrell Stoecklin as executive vice president of finance and accounting.
Gopher Resource joined a consortium working on improving metals processing, funded by the U.S. Department of Defense.
An MSP Disposal project repurposed e-scrap into sculptures.
National Recovery Technologies, a division of BHS, named Julie Fuller as managing director.