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The print edition of E-Scrap News

The quarterly print edition of E-Scrap News magazine is the premier trade journal for electronics recycling and refurbishment experts. It offers updates on the latest equipment and technology, details trends in electronics recycling legislation, highlights the work of innovative processors, and covers all the other critical industry news.

E-Scrap News print edition feature stories are available online three months after the issue is sent to subscribers. Subscribe today to stay up to date.

Current Edition: December 2016

Features

Tablet processing 101, by Bobby Elliott

The safe way is the only way, by Rafael Reveles

Garden State stalemate, by Jared Paben

Q&A: The right response, by Dan Leif

E-Scrap News print magazine, Dec. 2016

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December 2015

A precious metals primer, by Erica Rannestad

The next profit killer? by Bobby Elliott

The anatomy of efficiency, by Rafael Reveles

In My Opinion: Trading on distortion, by Josh Lepawsky

ESN Dec 2015 Cover

June 2015

The ITAD market today, by David Daoud

Developments across a decade, by Jason Linnell

Cracking the QR code, by Kenneth Jacobsen and Ron Lembke

Lead exposure examined, by Bradley King and Seleen Collins

ESN August 2015 cover

Learn how to finance success at E-Scrap 2017

In the last year, a number of e-scrap firms were involved in mergers or secured outside investments to help lift operations.

How did those deals materialize? Find out during a session at the upcoming E-Scrap 2017 conference, where speakers will describe the ways industry companies have been able to partner with investors and better position themselves in the current market. Attendees will walk away with practical financing tools to bring back to their own offices as well as a deeper understanding of the state of the industry overall.

E-Scrap 2017 is taking place Sept. 18-20, 2017 at the Omni Resort at Champions Gate in Orlando. Last year’s conference welcomed 1,200 attendees from 40 countries, and the trade show featured 130 exhibitors. Head to e-scrapconference.com for all the latest on attending, sponsoring and exhibiting in 2017.

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