We’re less than a month away from this year’s E-Scrap Conference, which will be held in Orlando, Fla. To help get readers jazzed, we’re offering Meet the Speakers interviews with a few of the industry leaders set to take the stage.
Debate over state electronics recycling laws has reached new heights in recent years, and the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) that help fund the programs have been at the center of the discussion.
The refurbished smartphone sector is expected to grow exponentially in the next three years, and a Seattle company aims to put its data analysis at the center of that development.
As the e-scrap industry has struggled to efficiently handle CRT glass in recent years, many stakeholders have held out hope that technologies could be developed to cost-effectively remove lead from the material and pave the way more CRT recycling.
In a paper published late last month in the journal Environmental International, Harvard University’s Diana Ceballos and colleague Zhao Dong found that the global formal e-scrap sector has ample room to improve when it comes to reducing environmental and occupational exposures.