What if e-waste recycling was as easy as “just add water”?
Even if it’s broken, recycling your old vacuum could put a few bucks in your pocket and help keep e-waste out of the landfill.
ecoATM combines two things every human loves: convenience and instant gratification.
Experts say all those “obsolete” iPhone 4’s will be a windfall for electronics recycling companies. But is a sudden mountain of e-waste the kind of boost we really want?
There’s no arguing that e-books are lighter, more efficient and more versatile than printed books, but does that really make them better for the environment?
ReliaTech’s new refurbishing, recycling, and distribution center in Richmond, California will offer 100 paid internships to those seeking training in the e-waste industry.
Some say that manufacturers should be doing more to encourage customers to recycle their products. Sprint seems to have taken that advice to heart.