Chris Kaasmann sees a parallel between the e-scrap industry’s requirement to start managing e-plastics differently and the need for the planet to switch to renewable energy. Both need to happen, but in neither case can you simply flip a switch to realize universal change. Continue Reading
Each company has its own niche in the e-scrap and ITAD game, and by looking at other players as potential collaborators rather than fierce competitors, everyone can benefit financially. That was one takeaway from a recent conversation between a collector, refiner and smelter operator. Continue Reading
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When iFixit went looking for an eastern U.S. site to set up a new logistics/distribution facility, it didn’t feel right to build a facility from the ground up. After all, the company’s ethos is repair, CEO Kyle Wiens said. Continue Reading
Iron Mountain says used electronics pricing was relatively steady during the third quarter, flattening out revenues for the company’s asset lifecycle segment. But Envela Corporation found decreased volumes of incoming electronics and solar panels hurt results at its ITAD and e-scrap companies. Continue Reading