A Utah man with connections to failed e-scrap company E-Waste Systems has agreed to pay more than $3 million in response to allegations he defrauded investors and pumped up the firm’s stock price.
Illinois-based electronics refurb firm PC Rebuilders and Recyclers has been sued by another industry firm that claims tens of thousands of dollars in payment have not materialized.
An integrated e-scrap recycling and metals refining company has paid more than $2 million for the facility and equipment of bankrupt e-scrap company Zloop.
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.
The repair site iFixit has offered kudos to Apple’s newest phone for ease of battery access and criticism for the addition of tri-point screws.
A lab operated by tech giant IBM has developed a one-step method for recycling polycarbonate electronic items into high-performance engineering plastics.
R2 and e-Stewards representatives are challenging the legality of a bill in Illinois that prohibits accrediting organizations from penalizing e-scrap companies if they send CRT glass to storage cells at a landfill.
Illinois legislators are quickly advancing a bill that aims to make it easier for e-scrap companies to send CRT glass to storage cells.