The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) disclosed that LG Electronics, Inc. is the recipient of the 2015 Design for Recycling® (DFR) Award for advanced new television products that emphasize recycling during every lifecycle phase.
In an effort to expand the national footprint of likeminded IT asset and electronic waste recyclers, Impact Recyclers launched a network of certified electronic recyclers, with operations in California, Colorado, Indiana, Georgia, Minnesota and New York.
Kyocera Communications Inc. announced a nationwide cell phone ‘Take Back’ recycling program, free to consumers wishing to dispose of unused mobile phones of any brand.
Sims Recycling Solutions, a provider of IT asset disposal services, upgraded their Responsible Recycling (R2) certification from R2:2008 to the latest R2:2013 standard.
Every day it seems there are new reports of break-ins and theft of data from the most sophisticated and highly guarded computer systems. No government, business or individual is immune from these devious cyberthieves.
Michigan based 3S International, an electronics and lamp (light bulb) processor, said that it has formed strategic partnerships with regional and national recycling companies including IMS Electronics, Kuusakoski Recycling and Valley City Electronic Recycling as part of its growth plan.