Recycling is what we should all be doing. But how our recycling habits and the constant arrival of new technology affects the e-waste industry? Waste360 spoke with Jason Linnell, executive director for the National Center for Electronics Recycling, and Eugene Niuh, business development director for Omnisource Electronics Recycling to learn more about the latest.. read more →

  We all know that individuals and companies need to make more efforts to be eco-friendly. Whereas there are very few rules for individuals, there are many for businesses. No matter where you are in the US, your facility most likely needs to comply with environmental regulations.   What does environmental compliance mean? According to.. read more →

Recycling e-waste is already great. It enables the reuse of rare earth elements and precious metals like gold and silver, that are contained in electronics. But what if it could also help save lives?   Recycling cellphones into medical equipment IBM research scientists just made a discovery that could help with the e-waste problem. Indeed,.. read more →

  Data breaches are a constant threat during the life of your computers, hard drives and servers, but it also is when your IT equipment is ready to retire. So don’t forget to bring your old electronics to a certified recycler or data destruction company before getting rid of it. You may think that hiring.. read more →

Choosing the right option for recycling your old IT devices can be tough. Your company probably has a recycler down the street that will take your used technology equipment for free, but there is also the possibility to hire a certified e-waste recycling company… So which one should you pick to help your company in.. read more →