e-waste

ecoATM Ramps Up E-Recycling with New Round of Financing

Last week ecoATM received US$14.4 million in a Series A preferred stock offering, led by Coinstar, Inc. and the venture capital firm Claremont…

Waste Management 2010 CSR Report: Ambition and Clarity

Waste. The byproduct of consumer culture is the bane of environmentalists. We have chanted the mantra of “reduce, reuse, recycle” for more than…

Phone Recycler Ready for Massive Verizon iPhone Switch

Secure TradeIn, a subsidiary of the leading global recycler and reseller of used cellular phones ReCellular, is prepared for a massive recycling effort…

Is a Universal Phone Charger Standard Around the Corner?

The constant evolution of technology has been breathtaking to behold, but it does have some dark sides. Not the least of these is…

Sustainability and the Electronics Industry #3pVOTE

This post is part of our year-end “year in review” sustainable business writing contest. We’ve asked 3p readers to submit their own thoughts…

Video Interview: Arthur Chait of EOPlex Talks About Green Semiconductor Packaging

By Connie Kwan Electronics are here to stay.  Unfortunately, so is E-waste, and it’s only going to increase in the coming years. The…

Ecollective Ramps Up eWaste Recycling in California

Silicon Valley-based ECS Refining, in business since 1980, has long addressed the issue of e-waste in California. Now the company, which has been…

Opportunities in E-Waste: An Interview with TechTurn’s Jeff Zeigler

TechTurn is an industry leader in technology recovery, refurbishing and remarketing. BusinessEarth talked to TechTurn founder and CEO, Jeff Zeigler, about starting and…

Are Manufacturers or Consumers Responsible for a Lack of Interest in Greener Gadgets?

WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) has researched consumer behavior and released a report admonishing electronics manufacturers to push their customers to make…

Interview With Cloudblue CEO Ken Beyer

By Tamanna Mohapatra As an active Sierra Club member and a passionate technologist, I am well aware of the environmental concerns posed by…

Nokia Holds Top Spot In Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics

Nokia is the clear winner in Greenpeace’s 2010 Guide to Greener Electronics. Its score even increased to 7.5, up from last year. One…

P&G Program Finds Purpose and Value in What Had Formerly Been Scrap

Procter and Gamble has recently announced a new program that bears a slight resemblance to what we used to call a treasure hunt,…

A Greener Olympics: Coke’s Green 2010 Winter Olympic Games Efforts

Numerous organizations and companies have committed to making the 2010 Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games more environmentally friendly. Whether it is the…

Olympic Medals Reuse E-Waste: Green is the new Gold for 2010

The Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games have added another color to its coveted gold, silver and bronze medal lineup – green! …

The E-Waste Market: The Good, Bad and the Ugly

While technology has become more affordable and readily available, discarded electronic waste, commonly referred to as e-waste, has become a great big problem. …