e-waste recycling News

  • The Scrap Waste Rubber Recycling Machinery

    More than 100 million tires are produced each year by tire manufacturers but this also means that more than 100 million tires are discarded each year by vehicle owners. These waste tires have become a big nuisance as many people dump these illegally in abandoned lots as well as in various other sensitive habitats. Since a lot of chemicals are used in the manufacturing of tires, illegal dumping of ...

  • Electronic waste recycling - GRM is now certified electronic waste recycler in California

    GRM Certified by California Integrated Waste Management Board as Approved Collector and Recycler to Receive E-Waste Recycling Payment under the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003 After months of application processing, CIWMB on Jan.2, 2009 approved and certified GRM to be a Collector and Recycler under the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003. GRM is eligible to receive reimburse payment ...

  • Waste Management and Recycling Show, Bulgaria

    After a successful exhibition at the SMOPYC tradeshow in Spain, Thomas our Sales Director was off again to the Waste Management and Recycling show in Sofia, Bulgaria. Thomas was joined by a sales team from Powerscreen Bulgaria who work in partnership with us to help promote and sell Kiverco equipment. The Waste Management and Recycling show in Bulgaria represented a great platform for our ...

  • Plan A progress positive for waste and recycling

    All of the targets relating to waste and recycling set out by retailer Marks and Spencer (M&S) as part of their Plan A sustainability initiative have either been achieved or are on target, according to a report published today. The How We Do Business Report details the progress of the Plan A initiative, which was launched in 2007, three years on and demonstrates significant progress has been ...

  • Material pollution in waste paper recycling

    A special shredding plant works in continuous operation and can be serviced without long downtimes. Who removes the plastic rings from the empty writing pad or tears the plastic off the chocolate Advent calendar before disposing of it? Certainly not all of us. In this way, foreign materials and impurities find their way into the waste paper and these have to be removed during the recycling ...

  • Paper mill waste recycling solution

    With the raising awareness of protecting forest and grass, most paper mills choose to recycle waste paper as raw materials to produce paper. Various waste paper can be used to remake paper, like carton box, office documents, cardboard for package.etc. A report shows that a recycled paper mill with an annual output of 1 million 500 thousand tons will produce 180 thousand tons" paper making waste ...

  • Got E-Waste? Throw it on this Million Pound Pile.

    At a Verizon Recycling Rally yesterday in West Chester, Pennsylvania, Verizon's employee volunteer Green Team surpassed its goal of collecting 1 million pounds of e-waste. The next goal: collecting another million pounds by 2015. Verizon's Chief Sustainability Officer James Gowen blogs about reaching this milestone on Verizon's ...


    By 3BL Media

  • 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 ...


    By ICM AG

  • BMC officials and diplomats discuss e-waste disposal

    India currently produces 500,000 tones of e-waste annually and the figure is expected to touch one million tones in the next three years. However, India lacks a proper e-waste disposal system and it is left up to the unorganized sector to dispose of the waste. The unorganised sector uses uncontrolled burning and disassembly to discard the waste, leading to environmental and health problems ...


    By Eco Recycling Ltd

  • Online Conference to Address the Growing Problem of E-Waste

    Pittsburgh, PA (October 26, 2006) – As the pace of technological innovations accelerates, so does the amount of waste from electronic products that have outlived their usefulness. What is being done with this electronic waste, or e-waste? Can used TVs, cell phones, and computers be recycled? How significant is this environmental issue? These questions and more will be answered during the ...

  • Electronic Recyclers International Joins Alcoa, Best Buy and Other Sustainability Experts for AGRION E-Waste Panel

    John Shegerian, Chairman and CEO of Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronic waste, and Randall Scheps, Director of Consumer Electronics for Alcoa, the world’s leading aluminum producer, were among the participants of an AGRION panel discussion on the problems and promise of e-waste recycling earlier today at the Garden Court Hotel in Palo ...

  • Frost & Sullivan: E-waste Market Returns to Growth

    E-waste represents one of the fastest-growing sectors by volume within the global waste industry. Due to this fact and to impending legislative targets the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) recycling market looks very promising during the next few years with plenty of opportunities for its participants across the value chain. According to a new analysis by Frost & Sullivan ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • 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

  • 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 ...

  • Sims Recycling Solutions to Pursue e-Stewards Certification

    Sims Recycling Solutions, Americas, (Sims) the global leader in electronics reuse and recycling, is pleased to announce that the company will pursue e-Stewards certification at its 14 North American electronics processing facilities. The company’s facilities currently have ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, and R2 certifications and EPSC RVQP in Canada. With the ...


    By Sims Recycling Ltd

  • ECS Works with Industry Coalition to Limit Toxic E-Waste Exports and Welcomes Sims Recycling Solutions to the Effort

    ECS Refining, the ethical leader in electronics waste recycling and end-of-life services, today announced that ...


    By ECS Refining

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Firms recycle 90% waste due to new recycling banks

    A new recycling bank system for business waste in Yorkshire and the North East has resulted in nearly 90 per cent of waste being recycled. Provided by Premier Waste, the initiative means businesses can simply collect their paper, cardboard, plastics, metal cans and plastic film in one container. This is then sorted at Premier Waste’s materials recycling facilities. ...

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