Despite trying economic times for much of the industry, Missouri-based EPC has found success by sticking with its specialty: refurbing and remarketing used IT equipment.
The largest probe to date of used devices supposedly scrubbed of their data found that 40 percent still retained some amount of personal information.
A Minnesota company is distancing itself from the wider metals recycling market to focus squarely on end-of-life electronics processing.
Sage Sustainable Electronics is moving the headquarters of its recently acquired Hugo Neu Recycling business and has sold equipment formerly used at a Hugo Neu operation.
As the IT asset disposition industry matures, market factors are pushing hard toward more asset reuse rather than commodity sales. That’s according to a report from Midwest ITAD firm Cascade Asset Management. Continue Reading
When Sims Recycling Solutions begins talking with an IT asset disposition client, Sims staff will ask what the customer did before with its end-of-life electronics. Continue Reading