With financial and regulatory pressure mounting, Closed Loop Refining and Recovery is on the brink of closing and leaving more than 90 million pounds of stockpiled CRT material in its wake.
An integrated e-scrap recycling and metals refining company has paid more than $2 million for the facility and equipment of bankrupt e-scrap company Zloop.
A southeast U.S. e-scrap company that recently filed for bankruptcy says it is out of cash and has CRT devices on hand, although the exact volume of material is unclear.
A North Carolina company that once hoped to establish e-scrap recycling across the U.S. using a franchise system now finds itself in bankruptcy and embroiled in a series of legal disputes.
Colt Refining and Recycling says it will be expanding to North Carolina after the purchase of assets and land formerly owned by e-scrap company Zloop.