While many e-scrap companies have begun avoiding the CRT-heavy streams that define local government collections, the leader of one major processor says cities continue to be valuable partners for his firm.
Leaders from Dell, Google and Samsung laid out details this week on how their companies are building strategies around repair, device longevity and more.
Responding to client needs as well as market shifts around plastics and other materials, e-scrap and ITAD company GreenChip has plans to significantly expand in Virginia.
Hundreds of electronics recycling and reuse leaders gathered this week for a conference that explored how stakeholders have coped with COVID-19 – and detailed what comes next for the sector.
A large electronics processing operation is launching in Georgia, and its focus will be lower-value, plastics-heavy devices in the e-scrap stream.
Carlton Waterhouse, a key U.S. EPA waste official, says moving toward a circular economy is not enough. Instead, society needs a “circular economy for all.” Continue Reading
The U.S. EPA’s top environmental justice official has a message for recycling operators: Don’t wait for a conflict to arise to start engaging with the community that surrounds you.