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E-Waste Regulation in the United States

DEC
31
2016

E-WASTE REGULATION IN THE UNITED STATES

In the 1980s, the Khian Sea dumped thousands of pounds of toxic ash from a municipal dump in Philadelphia. This post looks at the fallout of that event in the context of the history of E-waste recycling..

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R3EWaste's Blog - Under New Management

NOV
30
2016

R3EWASTE'S BLOG - UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

Quick introduction to the new blogger at R3EWaste and some upcoming topics to look out for..

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The Galaxy Note 7: Samsung's Exploding Phone and it's Environmental Fall-Out

NOV
29
2016

THE GALAXY NOTE 7: SAMSUNG'S EXPLODING PHONE AND IT'S ENVIRONMENTAL FALL-OUT

The Galaxy Note 7 went on sale in August and was recalled in October, due to reports of its tendency to catch fire, leaving Samsung with almost two million devices just in the US which cannot be resold. This article examines Samsung's dilemma..

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Upgrading your Data Centers? Essential Tips for Disposing Old IT Equipment

OCT
20
2016

UPGRADING YOUR DATA CENTERS? ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR DISPOSING OLD IT EQUIPMENT

Here we bring our top 5 tips for appropriately disposing your old IT equipment and making space for the advanced and upgraded systems. .

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Japan eyes E-Waste for making Olympic medals in 2020

AUG
31
2016

JAPAN EYES E-WASTE FOR MAKING OLYMPIC MEDALS IN 2020

Tokyo, the host of next Olympics games in 2020, is now winning hearts four years before the games commence by promising to make use of millions of discarded mobile phones and other electronic items & extract the metals to make the Olympic medals.

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