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    Posted at October 5, 2013 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • The Digital Dump! What Recycling E-Waste is Important?

    The pace of change in technology today is truly unrelenting. Electronics are outdated in the blink of an eye, consigned to trash or e-trash as we call it. Today’s consumer is obsessed with new technology. There are more than 300 million computers and a billion cell phones produced every year! With old electronics becoming redundant, inefficient and obsolete, we are quickly ...

    Posted at October 3, 2013 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • Waste To Green, LLC Becomes East Coast’s First Minority and Woman-Owned Certified e-Stewards Recycler

    Durham, North Carolina, October 11th, 2012 - The Basel Action Network (BAN), a global toxic trade watchdog organization, announced today that Durham-based Waste To Green, LLC has become a certified e-Stewards recycler. Waste to Green is the first minority and woman-owned company on the east coast to achieve the e-Stewards certification, adhering to the world’s highest standards for socially and environmentally responsible electronic recycling. As an ethical recycler with an uncompromising commitment to environmental ...

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  • Electronic Waste Ban in North Carolina Landfills – Effective July 1, 2011

    The state of North Carolina enacted legislation that bans disposing of electronic waste or E-Waste into North Carolina landfills. E-waste laws have come into effect in North Carolina, requiring manufacturers to offer recycling for electronics, and barring computers and televisions from curbside collections. The regulations are designed to keep hazardous materials such as cadmium and mercury out of soil and water, and to divert useful materials to the recycling industry. Reference Source: http://www.ncleg.net/Sessions/2009/Bills/Senate/PDF/S887v6.pdf Reference Source: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/07/06/e-waste-rules-take-effect-in-n-c-s-c/

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  • Split forms over e-waste export ban bills

    “Electronics remained a surging waste stream in 2011 and that trend doesn’t appear to be slowing. And neither does the boom in electronics recycling, as new states implement landfill bans, and the United States Congress plans to take a hard look at e-waste export bans in 2012. The U.S. EPA estimates that 2.4 million tons of electronic waste was generated in 2010, up from about 2 million tons in 2005 and 1.3 million tons in 2000. A ...

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  • US Communities Adopt Electronic Waste Laws, Recycling Programs

    Electronic waste such as old televisions, computers, radios and cellular phones is a growing environmental problem. There is a growing problem of what to do with electronic waste such as old televisions, computers, radios, cellular telephones and other electronic equipment. Electronic trash, known as e-waste, is piling up faster than ever in American homes and businesses. People ...

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