e-scrap News

  • SwissRTec to Attend E-Scrap 2016

    swissRTec America of Kensington, NH, a company specializing in recycling technology, will attend the E-Scrap 2016 Conference on September 20-22, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency in New Orleans, LA . swissRTec America, Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of swissRTec International of Switzerland. The company sells technology and mechanical systems to the recycling industry on an international scale, and ...


    By swissRTec America, Inc.

  • Optimize and Calibrate Your Combustion Gas Analyzer with E Instruments Before the New Heating Seasons Arrive

    With August waning on the eve of the solar eclipse, we are reminded again that summer is ending. Now, as the temperatures are cooling down, it is an excellent opportunity to recalibrate your E Instruments combustion gas analyzer and have it ready for the upcoming heating season. Professional and Quality Support At our ...

  • ERCC to hold workshop at E-Scrap 2016

    This workshop, hosted by the Electronics Recycling Coordination Clearinghouse (ERCC), will discuss the latest successes and challenges under the implementation of the 25 state electronics recycling laws (and now DC).   Workshop participants will hear about the latest updates to the laws from this year, such as those in Minnesota, and discuss what lessons can be drawn from them.  The ...

  • OBC baling equipment exhibits at E-Scrap Conference

    Electronics recycling has become a significant segment of the recycling industry, and OBC Baling Equipment has designed and installed numerous solutions for e-scrap processors. To maintain their connection with this important audience, representatives of OBC Baling recently exhibited at the 11th annual E-Scrap Conference on September 11-12 in Orlando, Florida. With more than 1,200 attendees from ...


    By OBC Baling Equipment

  • GPS tracking of US e-scrap sparks controversy

    Recycling International, October 2016, NO.8, page 13 United States: Environmental watchdog Basel Action Network (BAN) recently planted GPS trackers in 205 old printers and monitors and then delivered them to US recyclers and charities. It reports that 40% of the 152 deliveries went offshore, mostly to Hong Kong and China. ‘The American ...


    By ATN Engineering B.V.

  • EU: stop illegal exports of e-scrap

    The European Union is concerned about the ongoing illegal exports of e-waste to non-OECD countries, especially to developing countries where the material is not treated in an environmental way. This was one of the key issues discussed at the 10th International Electronics Recycling Congress (IERC 2011) held last month in Salzburg, Austria. The EU is currently investigating how to resolve this ...

  • ERCC to Hold Workshop at E-Scrap 2017

    The Electronics Recycling Coordination Clearinghouse (ERCC) will hold an ERCC Member Meeting and Workshop that will take place as pre-conference events in conjunction with the 2017 E-Scrap Conference. The Meeting and Workshop will occur on Monday, September 18th from 9AM to 4PM at the Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, in Florida. The Workshop will feature a group of experts with ...

  • New E-scrap recycling plant in Greece

    The plant is designed for a performance of 6 t/h and equipped with a new shredding technology for gentle opening of large electronic units like washing machines, dish washers, electric cookers, vending machines, switchboard cabinets, server stations and many more. The incoming E-scrap is fed by conveying belt or gripper directly into the funnel of the special shredder. By the working method of ...

  • E-Scrap 2014: The latest on the CRT crisis

    Discussion of downstream options for CRT glass — and the associated pricing — has consumed the electronics recycling industry for the past year, and at E-Scrap 2014, the CRT debate will get its due treatment. To help clarify the current situation and anticipate where it's headed, the conference will offer a full rundown of the North American processors still standing and those hoping ...


    By Resource Recycling Inc.

  • TSCA Hot Topics Webinar Brings Together Industry and EPA to Talk New TSCA

    Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. (B&C®) is pleased to announce that the materials and recording from the “TSCA Hot Topics: Inventory Notification and Strategies for Complying, and Update on Section 5” webinar are now available for download. This complimentary webinar, co-hosted with Bloomberg BNA, was presented by a panel including Dr. Jeff Morris, U.S. Environmental Protection ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • New Handheld Incubator Monitor AQ Incuba

    The BRAND NEW 2017 AQ INCUBA by E Instruments presents the latest in technological innovation to bring forth a Convenient and Economical ALL-IN-ONE Instrument providing complete capability for Professionals Interested in Incubator Air Quality Monitoring & Real-time Data Logging. ...

  • Consolidated beer analysis on a single platform at Feldschloesschen AG

    Feldschloesschen AG, Switzerland’s largest brewery, has consolidated the quality control of their product on a customized Metrohm system. Comprehensive beer analysis used to be fragmented and distributed across several analyzers in the Feldschloesschen QC lab and is now conveniently performed on a single, modular platform controlled by the world’s number one ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • Measurement buoy at work for the upcomming two day event in Zutphen

    On Thursday, the Eijkelkamp measurement buoy was moved from the Triathlon waters of Woerden to the waters of Zutphen. For the upcoming swimming event “de vrijeslag door Zutphen”, the water quality is being monitored in real-time. Now the organization and the participants ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Off-Mains Drainage solutions for Holiday and Home Parks

    We are delighted to say that Kingspan Klargester has become an associate member of the British Holiday & Home Parks Association (BH&HPA), affiliated to the Thames & Chilterns Branch. ...


    By Kingspan Environmental Ltd

  • Innovyze Announces Technical Webinar Series

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies, today debuted a new Technical Webinar series for several of its leading line of water and wastewater hydraulic and asset performance modeling software. The expanded offerings reflect Innovyze’s superb reputation for supporting users and providing educational opportunities for its world-leading engineering ...


    By Innovyze

  • TOMRA Sorting showcases sensor-based waste sorting systems at IFAT Africa 2017

    Industry pioneer and manufacturer of high-efficiency waste and metal sorting systems TOMRA Sorting is pleased to announce its attendance at IFAT Africa 2017, taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa from September 12 – 14, 2017. TOMRA Sorting will feature its latest sorting solutions in Hall 5, Stand 17 (German pavilion). Staff will be available to share in-depth recycling expertise and ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • CycleLution debut at E-Scrap Conference 2008 a huge success

    CycleLution Inc. made a successful debut of its long awaited One and Only Web-Based Software designed exclusively for Electronic Scrap Recyclers and Asset Recovery Service Providers, CycleLution, at the E-Scrap 2008 Conference and Tradeshow in Phoenix, AZ between 9/17-18. Being the only software exhibitor at the two-day conference and tradeshow, CycleLution Inc. attracted many e-scrap recyclers ...


    By CycleLution, Inc.

  • Greenview Resource implemented CycleLution e-waste and scrap recycling software

    Los Angeles-based Electronic Waste and Scrap Metal Recycling Firm Greenivew Resource Management implemented CycleLution Software in February to help it manage and streamline the recycling operation. Under this implementation and customization agreement, CycleLution, Inc. will also develop additional Scrap Yard Management Function for Greenview's two scrap metal buyback yards. 'Managing the ...


    By CycleLution, Inc.

  • E-Scrap Events Net Nine Tons of Used Electronics

    More than nine tons of used electronics will be recycled instead of going to landfills, EPA and partners announced today. Employees of EPA, other federal agencies in the Kansas City metro area and the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan., donated old and unwanted computers, laptops, monitors, cell phones, keyboards, VCRs, telephones and other electronics. “Employees of ...

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