The U.K. government could provide up to £200,000 to support studies to assess new techniques for extracting valuable metals and minerals from electronics waste.
McDonald’s use of bioplastic utensils and containers meets the sustainability goals for the Games, but its temporary restaurant goes above and beyond.
An electronics producer responsibility bill has passed the Senate in Massachusetts and is before a House committee. Senate Bill 2380 passed […]
Jeff Cooper, president of the International Solid Waste Association, attended the Pan-African Forum on E-waste and reports that the normal […]
The Basel Action Network ( BAN ) announced today that the world’s largest electronics recycler, Sims Recycling Solutions, Inc. ( […]