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Our top stories from March 2021

Published: April 1, 2021
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CRT pile for recycling.

News about who will shoulder the financial burden of removing hazardous CRT waste in an abandonment case captured clicks last month. | Boonchuay1970/Shutterstock

An investigation into a controversial e-scrap company drew readers’ interest last month, along with stories about CRT abandonments, a facility acquisition and e-plastics processing expansion.

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Our top stories from February 2021

Published: March 11, 2021
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News that reverse logistics firm OnePak would begin reporting a Carbon Offset Cost for each pickup drew attention last month. | Siwakorn1933/Shutterstock

Last month, readers took interest in articles covering metals markets, an ITAD carbon offset program and processors in multiple sectors.

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Our top stories from January 2021

Published: February 4, 2021
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Repairing a mobile phone.

News that a California recycling commission endorsed right-to-repair legislation was of interest last month. | PK Studio/Shutterstock

Last month, readers were drawn to articles about a large CRT lawsuit settlement and right-to-repair legislation, among other topics.
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Our top stories from October 2020

Published: November 5, 2020
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Morgan Stanley building exterior.

News about a U.S. Treasury Department fine against Morgan Stanley captured readers’ attention last month. | Ken Wolter/Shutterstock

Stories about Apple’s lawsuit against a processor and the federal government’s fine against Morgan Stanley were among the articles that drew readers’ clicks last month.

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Our top stories from September 2020

Published: October 8, 2020
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Urban Mining Company building exterior

News that a rare earth recycler had received federal funding caught attention last month. | Courtesy of Urban Mining Co.

Readers last month were most drawn to a story about a rare earth recycling venture that received nearly $30 million in federal backing. A new data center play from Sims also garnered clicks.

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Our top stories from August 2020

Published: September 11, 2020
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News about a data mismanagement incident caught attention last month. | Chim/Shutterstock

A variety of articles drew our readers’ attention last month, including those covering a high-profile data loss, CRT lawsuit against OEMs, processor acquisitions and more.

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