Recycling Vs Upcycling

Recycling Vs Upcycling

What is Upcycling? The term “Upcycling”  came into existence not long ago and has acquired significance in sustainability attempts. It still has to gain popularity, but its necessity as a goal for how to progress makes its definition crucial. We can define...
Why Forcing Manufacturers to Make Reusable Electronics is a Good Thing for Businesses

Why Forcing Manufacturers to Make Reusable Electronics is a Good Thing for Businesses

The recent introduction of a controversial new bill in California could point to a bright new start for consumers of electronics, especially businesses and medical facilities. A right to repair act could change the way electronic manufacturers share information about...
What the China Ban on Foreign Waste Means for Recycling Electronics

What the China Ban on Foreign Waste Means for Recycling Electronics

China just shook up the world with a new policy that could have a huge impact on the recycling industry. Starting in 2018, China implemented a ban on 24 types of solid waste, including mixed paper and plastics. For years, China has been the world’s dumping...
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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