An app dubbed Mr. WEEE aims to educate the Egyptian public on how to recycle electronics, and customs officials use X-ray machines to check imports into China.
A nonprofit group buys California-based Isidore Electronics Recycling, and two lawmakers think 2017 may be the year a “right to repair” bill passes in Minnesota.
Farmers join the fight to allow consumers to repair electronics, and a lack of available recycling options leads to the dumping of CRT televisions along roadways in one state. Continue Reading
Apple settles accusations from California that it mishandled material from recycled electronics, and a writer says design innovation may have led to the Galaxy Note 7 battery issues.
A business based in the Pacific Northwest is emphasizing the “mobile” in mobile device repair. Portland, Ore.-based iFix King brings its repair lab to the customer, fixing electronics on the spot.