6 Things You Always Wanted to Know About E-Waste Recycling

6 Things You Always Wanted to Know About E-Waste Recycling

Many of us have pondered over the term ‘e-waste’ because of our limited awareness of the industry. Many companies do not have enough awareness about what to do with their electronic devices once they decide to dispose of them. At Surplus Service, our customer...
15 Terms Everyone in the Data Eradication Industry Should Know

15 Terms Everyone in the Data Eradication Industry Should Know

Did you know an estimated 442 million unused and unwanted cell phones were found to be lying in people’s home in 2015? According to a UN study, about 41.8 million tons of electronic waste was discarded worldwide in 2014, with only 10 – 14 percent of the total...
Don’t Let Solar Panels Go Waste

Don’t Let Solar Panels Go Waste

The energy industry has been experiencing a fundamental change and a gradual shift towards renewable energy. Solar power is now the fastest-growing energy source in the world? Up until now there have been very few options for recycling or reusing an organization or...
5 Common Myths About E-waste Recycling

5 Common Myths About E-waste Recycling

Go into any office nowadays, and you’re bound to see electronic devices —from computers and cell phones to copy machines and networking equipment—being used for all sorts of day-to-day activities. But once those electronics become obsolete and need to be disposed of,...
5 Best Practices For Your Organization’s IT Asset Disposition Program

5 Best Practices For Your Organization’s IT Asset Disposition Program

Nowadays, it seems like technology changes at the speed of light, which means a lot of electronic equipment will become obsolete well before they reaches the end of their usefulness—many times within months of a product hitting the market. With this rapid advancement...
How California Certifies Electronic Waste Recyclers and Why You Should Care

How California Certifies Electronic Waste Recyclers and Why You Should Care

It is no secret that e-waste is the fastest growing segment of California’s waste stream. While e-waste represents 2% of the trash that ends up in landfills, it equals 70% of overall toxic waste. The complexities of e-waste management present special challenges to...
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