what you need to know about e waste recycling in 2021

Up to 50-million metric tons of e-waste is generated each year. That’s nearly 70% of the world’s toxic waste. Retailers are reducing the amount of electronic and hazardous waste produced by their stores. There is a high volume of waste generated by stores, from expired fluorescent bulbs to old lithium batteries. In addition to their own e-waste

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illuminating the e waste problem in 2021

In the United States, e-waste is becoming a massive problem. Around 70% of the hazardous material in our landfills is from old circuitry. Computer parts, consoles, and phones all sit around in our landfills, leaking chemicals and raising many health concerns. We need to take accountability. Many businesses are doing their part and staying compliant by using e-waste recycling

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how important is e waste recycling

It’s fair to say that we live in a digital world, and no matter what your business is, it’s almost impossible to get by without using digital technology to some degree. However, all that tech poses a problem when it becomes outdated. Moore’s Law posits that computer processing power doubles every two years or so. Even if

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disposing of it assets properly

It’s easy for companies to treat old technology like any other kind of trash. Yet, the projected $18.7 billion global market for IT asset disposal suggests it’s not like any other kind of trash. While shredding can effectively destroy paper copies of records and client information, tech proves a tougher nut to crack. Data persists on hard

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proper e waste disposal services

The U.N. says we only have 11 years before climate change becomes irreversible. Advancing technologies do a lot to ease the tension in our environment. But improper electronic disposal wreaks havoc. If electronics aren’t properly disposed of, it impacts the air, water, and the ground itself. Toxins leech into every part of the ecosystem. On top of

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