e-waste recycling system News

  • E-waste Recycling in Australia

    A report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) shows that, despite the large strides in the past decade, the Australia’s e-waste system is still in its infancy, compared to the developed markets of Japan, Germany and Finland. The report, entitled Global e-waste systems-Insights for Australia from other developed countries, was commissioned by the Australia and New Zealand ...

  • The e-waste home

    You can now dispose of your old computer or cellphone in a safe way. It won’t land up on some Dharavi rooftop and come back to haunt your lungs as its spare parts are burned at street corners. Maharashtra’s first authorised electronic waste (e-waste) unit, Eco Recycling Ltd, has begun operations in Andheri. It is one of four in the country.“We want to set up another unit too. Mumbai generates ...


    By Eco Recycling Ltd

  • E-waste recyclers discuss future trends

    The Internet of Things is one of the key trends of the future. Already today, 15 billion things are digitally connected with one another and experts predict an increase to 50 billion devices in the IoT (Internet of Things) by the year 2020. These things include not only computers, tablets and smartphones, but also wearables, consumer electronics and the vehicles we use. However, although this ...


    By ICM AG

  • E-Waste event, hosted by: Miller Recycling Corporation

    To help properly dispose of all obsolete electronics Miller Recycling will take all computers and components at “No Charge” items include monitors, TV’s, computers, cell phones, printers, gaming systems and a lot more. No Limit. Miller Recycling Corporation announces today that they will be hosting their “Third ...


    By Miller Recycling Corporation

  • IERC shows innovative strength of e-waste recyclers

    Although the recycling of electrical and electronic waste presents a number of major challenges, the innovative efforts of the recycling industry are just as great. The International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC once again demonstrated this fact in Salzburg from 21 to 23 January. A total of 63 exhibitors were present at the three-day industry meeting and around 500 recycling experts came ...


    By ICM AG

  • Innovative waste to energy and recycling systems

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    By eFACTOR3 LLC

  • Metech Recycling Approved By Maine as 2012 E-Waste Consolidator

    Metech Recycling received approval from the State of Maine to be an E-Waste Consolidator for municipalities and manufacturers in accordance with Maine's E-Waste Law (38 MRSA Sec.1610).  The law, enacted in 2004, established a shared responsibility system for the recycling of end-of-life electronics generated by households in ...


    By Metech Recycling

  • Frost & Sullivan: High Demand for e-Waste Recycling in Europe

    Electrical and electronic equipment accounts for the fastest growing volume of waste generated. Consequently, managing this waste has become imperative to limit hazardous elements and to decrease illegal dumping and export to cheaper countries. The increasing volume of waste electrical and electronics equipment (WEEE) coupled with scarcity of precious metals, high cost of mining, and limited ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Toshiba Recycles Nearly 200 Tons of e-Waste in 2015

    To underscore its continuing commitment to create a more sustainable planet, Toshiba America Business ...

  • Rich and poor nations should link up to recycle e-waste

    A global system can tackle e-waste until developing countries can do so themselves, say Ruediger Kuehr and Feng Wang. Since the 1990s, electrical and electronic equipment have revolutionised people’s lives. And with ever-increasing technological ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Texas Computer Recycling Center Expands as National Attention to E-Waste Increases

    As recent initiatives by the EPA support action against e-waste, local Houston computer recycling center, Technocycle, is expanding its operations by over 10,000 square feet to meet the increased demand in responsible recycling services. In addition, Technocycle recently hired Matt Workman of Houston as the Business ...


    By TechnoCycle

  • Global e-waste crisis is worsening

    The consumer electronics revolution of recent years, for all its benefits, has also yielded an environmental blight in the form of e-waste - obsolete electronics equipment whose toxic materials and sheer volume are placing a strain upon solid waste management systems worldwide. According to a new report from Pike Research, the e-waste crisis will worsen over the next several years until 2015, ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Creative Recycling Systems of North Carolina Achieves e-Stewards® Certification

     Creative Recycling Systems (CRS), a leader in IT Asset Management and electronics recycling, announced today that their Raleigh, North Carolina facility has achieved the e-Stewards® Electronic Recycling Certification, a commitment to responsible recycling, environmental protection and international legal compliance. e-Stewards is a globally accredited, third-party audited certification ...

  • Pressure Mounting on Electronics Manufacturers to Develop Sustainable Strategies for Disposal and Recycling of e-Waste

    Energy IQ, a division of IQPC, announces the e-Waste Management Summit, on November 14 to 16, 2011 in Las Vegas, NV. There is a pressing need nationally and internationally to manage the masses of electronic equipment being discarded or recycled, and to minimize environmentally hazardous disposal processes. The Summit provides a platform in which industry ...


    By IQPC Worldwide

  • KSEE-TV to Team with Electronic Recyclers International for Series of E-Waste Collection Events

    Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronic waste, will once again team with KSEE-TV Channel 24, the Central Valley’s News Station and Fresno NBC affiliate, to provide a series of four free electronic waste recycling events for local residents. These four “Recyclathon” events will take place once per quarter – on February ...

  • Extended Producer Responsibility and the e-waste problem

    The practice of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is picking up steam, most notably in the information technology industry. A growing number of companies are taking on greater levels of responsibility for the environmental impacts of their products - from point of manufacturing through to end of the life recycling. E-waste recycling is taking off, but obstacles remain to its widespread ...

  • Extended producer responsibility and the e-waste problem

    The practice of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is picking up steam, most notably in the information technology industry. A growing number of companies are taking on greater levels of responsibility for the environmental impacts of their products - from point of manufacturing through to end of the life recycling. E-waste recycling is taking off, but obstacles remain to its widespread ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Flat recycling to go underground with new Finnish waste system

    A Finnish underground waste system by vacuum technology firm MariMatic is set to rival the Swedish Envac system and help encourage residents to recycle from flats. MariMatic may look to the UK to develop the Metro Taifun system that does away with kerbside collections and collects municipal waste using an underground network of vacuum pipes. ...

  • WM Recycle America Positioned to Service Customers Faced With New York State e-Waste Legislation

    WM Recycle America, a subsidiary of Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM), announced the kickoff of the WM NYeCycles Service, which allows electronics manufacturers in New York State to comply with the NYS Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act. Effective ...


    By Waste Management Inc.

  • BT recycles 50% of its waste

    BT has announced in its Corporate Responsibility Report that it has recycled 50 per cent of its waste in the last financial year. The firm’s Sustainability report 2009 shows that it produced 71,314 tonnes of waste in the last financial year and recycled half of it. In 2007, BT recycled 42 per cent of its waste (see MRW story). BT produces waste such as cable, telephone exchange equipment, ...

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