An app dubbed Mr. WEEE aims to educate the Egyptian public on how to recycle electronics, and customs officials use X-ray machines to check imports into China.
Growing volumes of Nigerian e-scrap coincide with an evolving processor field, and port workers will have an early vote on a labor contract that could bring some stability to West Coast exports.
Olympic medals rise from the e-scrap stream, and a new smartphone from Samsung sports a screen that’s super-spendy to service.
An expert outlines the small-business benefits of buying used devices, and a massive recycling facility is scheduled to come on-line in the Middle East this year.
A magazine profile explores the right-to-repair debate, and a report points to new devices that are out of compliance with EPEAT’s e-plastics labeling standards.
Goodwill Industries in Indiana is no longer accepting TVs at some locations due to CRT recycling issues, and a modular computer concept looks for funding.