E-scrap generation grew 63 percent in east and Southeast Asian countries in five years, a comprehensive study has found. Some nations are ill-equipped to handle that increase. Continue Reading
India launches a project to train hundreds of thousands of people working in the unorganized e-scrap sector, and the king of Belgium helps highlight donations of refurbished computers to projects in Africa.
Dell has a reputation for a commitment to e-scrap recycling, including its use of recycled e-plastics in new electronics. Tech site Ars Technica provides a look at the supply chain and end uses for the recovered material.