Circular technology company Alchemy has refurbished 5 million devices to date. 

Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection will open an application period from Jan. 18 through March 18 for electronics recyclers interested in becoming approved covered electronic recyclers and for currently approved recyclers to renew. 

Global auditing and consulting firm Deloitte published its 2024 predictions for the technology market, noting that e-scrap recycling could begin to play a larger role in addressing material shortages caused by trade challenges and rising demand.

ITAD company DMD Systems Recovery published its 2022 sustainability report.

Equipment supplier MSS celebrated its 50 year anniversary on Dec. 14. 

TES will invest in battery recycling facilities in Korea, the Netherlands, China, Australia, Hungary and Kentucky to bring its annual production capacity to 40,000 tons, up from 15,000 tons. The U.K. government proposed an ambitious extended producer responsibility program that would provide curbside collection funded by device manufacturers.