4 Answers To The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Used Medical Equipment

4 Answers To The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Used Medical Equipment

Did you know 2 Million tons of medical waste is created in hospitals every year around the world? According to an analysis by researchers at Johns Hopkins, hospitals can save millions of dollars if they adopted the practice of recycling medical equipment at their...
How to Avoid the Embarrassing Consequences of a Data Breach When Recycling Electronics

How to Avoid the Embarrassing Consequences of a Data Breach When Recycling Electronics

When disposing of electronic waste, data security can often get overlooked. But as more news is coming out about big data breaches and heavy fines being levied on businesses for improperly handling electronics, data security has, in fact, become one of the most...
The World’s E-waste Grew by Another 8%. Here’s Why Your Business Should Care

The World’s E-waste Grew by Another 8%. Here’s Why Your Business Should Care

Before electronics became involved in almost everything we do on a daily basis, it used to be that e-waste recycling was only on the radar for a few types of businesses. But if you’re responsible for lowering your organization’s carbon footprint, then you know that...
How to Make Sure Your Office’s E-waste Recycling Efforts are Meeting D.O.D. Hard Drive Destruction Standards

How to Make Sure Your Office’s E-waste Recycling Efforts are Meeting D.O.D. Hard Drive Destruction Standards

With technology becoming more involved in our daily lives and jobs, data security has become a top concern for many companies these days. Any number of electronics that a business manufactures or uses is bound to contain either customer or employee data or trade...
The Case for Upcycling Electronics

The Case for Upcycling Electronics

You know the old saying: “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” If you’re conscious about the environment, then you know this fact as well: not all waste is meant to be destroyed, meaning there are many materials that can be reused or refurbished for further...
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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