Residents of apartment buildings in New York will been given a chance to take part in an innovative recycling program designed to keep gadgets out of landfill.
When combined with suitable nanofillers, the biodegradable polymer can act as an electricity conductor, the company says.
The patchwork of state-by-state or even city-by-city measures that have been adopted to deal with e-waste have been ineffective.
Sony will temporarily expand its e-waste recycling program to facilitate public donations of gently used children’s books.
Apple’s latest effort will allow customers to bring an old iPhone into an Apple Store and receive immediate store credit.
With one of the best buyback programs in the business, Sprint is doing its part to reduce e-waste.
With lots of confusion about where and how to dispose of devices properly, many still end up in a drawer or leaching toxins in a landfill.
If you’ve got old phones or other electronics just sitting around collecting dust, now is the time to think about recycling them.
Houston is giving up on curbside recycling, and by doing so, they’re making it easier than ever.
Colorado’s Electronic Recycling Jobs Act, a statewide ban on disposing of electronic waste in landfills, goes into effect July 1.
EPEAT will now include printers, copiers, scanners and other imaging equipment in its worldwide green product registry.