More than 100 California public and private schools are taking part in the Million Pound E-waste Challenge, gather electronics discards through Dec. 5.
E-waste shipped from North America and Europe to Africa and Asia is harming both the environment and the individuals who try to salvage scraps from the waste.
A recent campaign geared toward teenagers across the U.S. has resulted in more than 59,000 pieces of used electronics to be recycled and kept out of landfills.
EPEAT, a green ratings system for computer products that considers many eco factors, turns five. We talk with them about how greening computers is going.
Wonder what you need to do to properly recycle your favorite Apple product to get a shiny Apple gift card for that new iPad 2? Here’s some suggestions.
Apple rolls out enhancements to its reuse and recycling program designed to help customers dispose of electronics in a convenient and responsible manner.
Illinois ups the ante on electronics recycling with an expanded list of objects banned from landfills, bigger recycling goals, and stiffer fines for violators.