e-waste recycling News

  • ResearchMoz.us Add E-waste Management Market

    ResearchMoz.us include new market research report" E-waste Management Market to 2020 - Expansion of Domestic Electronics Sector to Drive Asia Pacific Growth Despite Ban on Illegal Exports from Developed Countries" to its huge collection of research reports. ...


  • E-waste sector facing worsened market conditions

    This year, the international electrical and electronic goods recycling sector comes to the “International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2015” in Salzburg suffering under the impact of adverse market conditions. For many years now, the IERC has ranked among the most prestigious industry meeting places for recycling experts worldwide, but seldom were market conditions as difficult ...

  • Economic incentives for bringing e-waste into the circular economy

    An economic analysis of 14 common categories of waste electric and electronic equipment (WEEE) has highlighted the economic value of bringing ewaste streams into the circular economy. The overall worth is calculated as €2.15 billion to European markets, with a potential rise to €3.67 billion as volumes increase. WEEE represents the widest source of waste in the world. Every year, ...

  • How to reduce e-waste? Simple - slow down!

    Research carried out by the Stanford Graduate School of Business shows that simply slowing down the rate of new product releases would lower the mountains of  e-waste accumulating around the planet. Americans buy new cell phones every 18 months, Europeans buy them every 15 months, and the Japanese every 9 months. Global replacement rates for digital cameras range between two and three years. And ...


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  • E-Waste Systems` CEO Offers A Year In Review

     E-Waste Systems, Inc., (EWSI), a corporation created to acquire and integrate elements of the electronic waste industry through acquisitions, implementation of business development initiatives and the promotion of Fair Trade e-waste solutions, today announced its first annual state of the company. Martin Nielson, CEO of E-Waste Systems, states, "EWSI was created with high expectations, to ...


  • 40 tonnes of `e-waste` collected in New Zealand

    Northlanders dropped off about 40 tonnes of obsolete computer equipment and unwanted mobile phones for recycling as part of national ‘eDay’ at the weekend. 'eDay' was marked in Northland on Saturday with a total of almost 4000 items dropped off at sites in Whangarei, Kaikohe and Kaitaia for recycling. The event was co-ordinated locally by the Community and Business Environment Centre (CBEC) with ...


    By New Zealand Government

  • Report reveals flawed U.S. e-waste policies

    In a harsh review of U.S. hazardous waste laws, independent government investigators highlighted the need for improved regulation of electronic waste in a new report. A Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released last week said a 'substantial quantity' of discarded electronics, such as computers, televisions, and cell phones, are sent to the developing world where they are ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • E-Waste Systems Enters Into Agreement With Zak Enterprises

    E-Waste Systems, Inc. (OTC BB: EWSI) announced today that it has joined forces with Zak Enterprises of Santa Clara, CA to expand its geographic coverage with immediate customer services.  Zak Enterprises is based in the heart of Silicon Valley and is among the longest serving companies in the end of life electronics industry.  The new agreement will allow seamless, best-in-class service ...


  • E-Waste Systems Enters Into Agreement With CR Electronics

    E-Waste Systems, Inc. (OTC BB: EWSI) announced today that it has joined forces with CR Electronics to expand its geographic and technical coverage for the New York/New England area.  CR Electronics is a trading partner of Rick Fine and Fine Resources, which are both partners of EWSI. Based in the heart of the Northeast, CRE is a high quality operator in the end of life electronics ...


  • E-Waste Systems Launches Caribbean Initiative

    E-Waste Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: EWSI) ('EWSI' or the "Company"), an electronic waste management services, technology and reverse logistics company and the first public pure eWaste company, announced today the launch of its first project for the Caribbean to ensure full recycling and zero landfill of ewaste. "This Caribbean launch ...


  • UNEP backs action on e-waste in East Africa

    Kenya is set to become the first East African nation to develop regulations on the management of electronic waste (e-waste), following a national conference held at the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in Nairobi. The aim is to minimize the impacts of the unsafe disposal of electronic products on public health and the environment. Delegates from Kenya's Environment Ministry, the ...

  • E-Waste Systems, Inc. CEO Contributes to iPhoneAppCafe.com

     E-Waste Systems, Inc. (EWSI) received global exposure today, as the Company announced that CEO Martin Nielson provided thought-leadership commentary in an article published on iPhoneAppCafe.com. The link to this article and others can be found on www.ewastesystems.com. EWSI's platform ...


  • Ontario launches new e-waste initiative

    The Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) has launched an ambitious program that over the next five years will divert 160,000 tonnes of waste electronics such as computers and televisions away from landfill and into reuse and recycling solutions.  The industry-developed and operated Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) program is setting up a network of collection sites where ...


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  • Research and Markets: E-Waste Management Industry In India 2012 Features Companies E-Parisaraa Pvt Ltd and Trishyiraya Recycling India Pvt Ltd

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7mm2t5/ewaste_management) has announced the addition of the "E-Waste Management Industry In India 2012" report to their offering. The current growth ...


  • E-cigarette waste poses potential environmental risks

    Disposable components of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS), such as e-cigarettes and e-pens, could pose a potential environmental risk unless properly regulated, suggests new research. The study examined the levels of potentially toxic chemicals in disposable battery and ‘cartomiser’ ENDS components. ENDS are becoming increasingly popular in Europe, partly due to their ...

  • Garb John Rossi Introduces Its E-Waste Recycling Secondary Shredder and Granulators, Available for Sale Immediately

    The Garb E80/120 With Innovative Knife Adjusting Technology and 5 Year Warranty SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- Garb Oil & Power Corporation(OTCBB: GARB) (OTCQB: GARB) www.garbop.com announces the introduction of its heavy duty, high throughput Secondary Shredders and Granulators, using knife adjusting technology. Garb John Rossi President states, "We have provided all of our Secondary ...

  • American Sustainable Business Council Endorses Responsible Electronics Recycling Act to Limit Toxic E-Waste

    The Coalition For American Electronics Recycling (CAER) today announced that it has received the endorsement of the American Sustainable ...

  • Consumers Can Recycle and Sell used Cell Phones to Support Obama's E-Waste Strategy Through SellandRecycle.com

    As electronic devices such as computers, laptops, and cell phones have become indispensable to everyday life, it has alerted many to question where these items are ending up after use. Sadly, most of these electronic materials end up in landfills according to the EPA. The issue of proper e-waste management has finally piqued Government attention and cause for long overdue action on Obama’s ...


  • E-Waste Recycling Effort in Hawaii by MRM and ERI Surpasses 1.4 Million Pound Mark

    Partnering with the Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management Company (MRM), in an effort to properly recycle unwanted consumer electronics in the state of Hawaii, Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), announced today that the organizations have now collected and recycled well over 1.4 million pounds of electronic waste since launching the initiative a little more than two years ago. ERI, ...

  • GTSO: iPhone 5 Release Could Mean Billion-Dollar Windfall for E-Waste Recyclers

    Green Technology Resources, Inc. (OTCBB: GTSO) believes that the impending release this month of Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) new iPhone 5 could spark a major economic boost far beyond your local Apple Store. The coveted smartphone could also lead to a windfall of obsolete phones for e-waste recyclers. Last week, Apple announced plans to launch the iPhone 5 in nine ...

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