A major e-scrap processor that was recently called out by the Basel Action Network for improper export activities has questioned the watchdog’s allegations.
Whether you operate a small shredding operation or a larger e-scrap processing facility, safety must be a priority. The subject of safety was explored at an E-Scrap Academy session during E-Scrap 2016 in New Orleans last month.
An Oregon-based e-scrap processor says government regulation practices and tough commodity markets have led the company to relocate shredding operations to Texas.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland have developed a process for recovering gold from e-scrap that could cut down usage of toxic chemicals.
Telecommunications giant Comcast has agreed to pay the state of California a hefty sum for illegally disposing of e-scrap and other devices over the past decade and for failing to protect customer information.
Even though we can’t see the “cloud” in cloud computing, we can see the environmental effects, according to one blogger.