A UN report finds e-waste growing at a staggering pace in Africa, but suggests there could be growth opportunities in recycling and recovery.
How to turn you mobile phone into a mini eco-warrior. How can we make them work for the planet whilst still working for us?
As the solar industry continues to grow, a new report describes the emerging market for solar module recycling services, which will reach $122 million by 2025.
Pike Research says e-waste recycling will grow dramatically by 2025, but with the volume of electronics discards doubling, landfills will still take a big hit.
With an investment of $35 million from Kleiner Perkins’ Green Growth Fund, eRecyclingCorps plans to expand its cellphone recycling program abroad.
University of Illinois engineers present a system for electronics to heal broken circuits all by themselves, extending electronics’ life and reducing e-waste.
A new San Jose Museum of Art exhibition, led by artist Anna Sew Hoy, features obsolete e-waste provided by a local recycling company reimagined as art.