Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI) has a newly hired R2 director who brings with him extensive experience supporting Canadian electronics stewardship and certification programs.
The Basel Action Network (BAN) announced today that all companies certified to BAN’s e-Stewards standard will also be required to maintain certification with the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID).
Gold mining is historically important to North Carolina: It experienced America’s first gold rush in the early 1800s, and the Charlotte Mint was built to mint coins from all the gold coming out of the ground.
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The Basel Action Network has launched a commercial tracking service to monitor e-scrap flows, and its first customer is an OEM that was lambasted by the watchdog group over exports two years ago.
The organization that administers the R2 e-scrap recycling standard has elevated Corey Dehmey to the executive director role. He replaces John Lingelbach, whose exit from the group was announced earlier this year.