Canada’s Northwest Territories will expand the list of items accepted in its electronics recycling program, as part of a two-year pilot project.
Canadian e-scrap and ITAD company eCycle Solutions has opened a recycling location in Welland, Ontario, close to Niagara Falls.
A host of additional device types have been added to the electronics recycling programs in two of Canada’s Atlantic provinces.
One of Canada’s largest e-scrap processors has made the leap to Latin America.
The purchase of a metals and e-scrap company will help eCycle Solutions boost its scrap electronics collection in Ontario.
BoMET Polymer Solutions is actively sourcing e-plastics from electronics recycling firms for the company’s Ontario processing facility, where it produces pellets and regrind for sale to manufacturers.
The U.S. government has made public an agreement with Canada to continue shipments of scrap plastic, including e-plastics, despite global regulations tightening next year. Environmental advocates are troubled by the deal.
A partnership between a wireless network provider and electronics processor will use end-of-life devices to produce new “smart” utility poles.