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  1. ERI, CTA And Samsung Join Forces And Draw Crowds At Free E-Waste Recycling Event At CES Site

    Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronic waste, partnered with Samsung and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) this past weekend to host a free e-waste collection event at the site of the Consumer Electronics Show

  2. Arizona Technology Council Foundation's Free Statewide Recycling Day Facilitates Disposal Of Unwanted Electronic Equipment

    The safe and secure disposal of computer and electronic equipment is a concern for many Arizona consumers and businesses as they upgrade their existing devices in the new year

  3. Waste Management Inc. Of Florida Completes Acquisition Of Southern Waste Systems/Sun Recycling

    Waste Management Inc. of Florida recently announced that it has completed its acquisition of certain business assets of Southern Waste Systems (SWS)/Sun Recycling in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie counties. With this transaction, Waste Management Inc. of Florida is acquiring operations and assets at 12 SWS/Sun Recycling facilities located in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties

  4. Kurion Signs New Licensing Agreement With ISV Japan To Expand Applications For GeoMelt Vitrification Across Japan

    Kurion, Inc., an innovator in protecting people and the environment from nuclear and hazardous materials, recently announced new GeoMelt licensing agreements with ISV Japan, Limited and Daiei Kankyo

  5. e-cycleNYC Residential E-Waste Recycling Program Expands To Service All New Yorkers

    In a joint press conference held today by the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY), Electronic Recyclers International (ERI) and proactive manufacturers, it was announced that the City’s groundbreaking e-cycleNYC program is broadening its scope, and will expand the collection process beyond participating residential buildings

  6. Eaton’s Auburn, Indiana Plant Recognized For Reducing Waste, GHG Emissions Through Zero Waste-To-Landfill Program

    Power management company Eaton is recognizing its clutch manufacturing plant in Auburn, Indiana, for achieving “zero waste-to-landfill” by nearly eliminating all wastes sent to landfills through recycling, re-use, new work processes and other means

  7. New Report From GSMA And United Nations University Reveals Impact Of Electronic Waste In Latin America

    In 2014, Latin America produced 9 per cent of the world’s electronic waste (e-waste), the equivalent of 3,900 kilo tonnes (kt), according to a new report from the GSMA and United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)

  8. Trisys By Champion Industries Accelerates Food Waste Disposal Process

    Champion Industries, manufacturer of a full line of premier commercial warewashing systems, is proud to showcase its newest innovation, the Trisys Waste Division by Champion

  9. NNL And Kurion Complete Initial Commissioning Of GeoMelt Vitrification System Prior To Deployment At NNL’s Central Laboratory, Sellafield

    The UK’s National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) and Kurion announced a key milestone in their collaboration to establish a full-scale, GeoMelt In-Container Vitrification (ICV) plant at NNL’s flagship Central Laboratory on the Sellafield site in 2016

  10. Plastics Environmental Council To Develop Biodegradation Standard For Plastics Additives And New Certification Seal
    The Plastics Environmental Council (PEC) recently announced the sponsorship of a research study to produce the first standard specification for the landfill biodegradation of petroleum- and natural gas-derived plastics that have been treated with additives that enhance biodegradation