A West Coast processor that earlier this year saw its founders sentenced to prison is now being led by Bobby Farris, who has worked for a variety of recycling companies. He says the firm’s brand can be rebuilt. Continue Reading
The companies below have either achieved or renewed one or more of the following NAID AAA certifications: physical destruction of hard drives, physical destruction of solid state devices, over-writing of physical hard drives, over-writing of solid state devices or degaussing.
Adelante Document Destruction of Albuquerque, N.M.; Data Guardian of Portage, Mich.; Green Chip of Astoria, N.Y.; Iron Mountain of Dandenong South, Australia; PCdisposal.com of New Century, Kan. and Universal Recycling Technologies (URT) of Janesville, Wis.
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Two key figures in the multi-million dollar Closed Loop Refining and Recovery lawsuit spoke at this year’s E-Scrap Conference about liability for CRT cleanups. And while they differed on a few central points, they agreed that OEMs should share in the responsibility.
Last week’s E-Scrap Conference and Trade Show brought hundreds of electronics recycling professionals to Orlando, Fla. for three days of learning and deal-making. Here are images our photographer captured at the event.
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Photos by E-Scrap Conference and Trade Show/Brian Adams Photography.