Several years of lagging recovered material totals have led leaders of Oregon’s e-scrap program to slash weight targets for manufacturers beginning next year.
Dell has more than doubled its annual usage of e-plastics collected through its supply chain since beginning the effort two years ago, according to the electronics manufacturer’s 2017 corporate responsibility report.
Bankruptcies are a fact of the business world, and the electronics recycling sector is no exception. In the wake of last week’s news that PCCR had filed for Chapter 7, we offer a timeline of significant cases that have hit e-scrap of late.
Com2 Recycling Solutions is opening a facility in Georgia as it expands its capacity to produce a glaze product from CRT glass. The glaze is currently used on tile products made by Brazilian manufacturers.
Millions of electronics sit unused in Wisconsin homes, according to a report from the state’s e-scrap program, and awareness of recycling options is growing. Continue Reading