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An e-scrap collection pilot program, rebranding and growth from ITAD firms, device dismantling equipment, and coverage of e-plastics management drew reader interest last month.

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

1 | AT&T pilots electronics collection program

AT&T is looking to give customers another place to recycle old electronics, even those without trade-in value.

2 | NY processor deepens focus on environmental reporting

E-scrap and ITAD firm Sunnking has changed its name to reflect the wider suite of services the company performs beyond asset recovery. Among those services, the company is highlighting the sustainability metrics it reports for clients, which is a growing trend throughout the asset recovery sector.

3 | Texas processor preparing to open new facility

GreenTek Solutions has grown significantly over the past few years and is in the process of starting up its second processing center near its headquarters in Stafford, Texas. The company’s CEO recently gave more details on the expansion in an interview.

4 | Device jostles hard drives apart for component recovery

Recently unveiled equipment from Garner Products dismantles hard drives in roughly one minute using strong vibration, which the company frames as an alternative to shredding in asset recovery.

5 | E-scrap firms weigh in on e-plastics management

A recently published survey of e-scrap companies in the U.S. and abroad offered a look at how many operators are handling plastics recovered from devices. It also provided insights on why a domestic e-plastics processing industry has yet to develop.