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  • Nestlé receives ISRI s 2019 Design for Recycling award

    In recognition of its innovative use of recycled plastic and its product design centered on recycling the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) Washington has named Stamford Connecticut-based Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) as its 2019 Design for Recycling (DFR) award winner. The DFR award is given annually to the most innovative contribution to products designed

  • Recycling Waste Circuit Board Efficiently and

    Recycling mechanism and application in composites. The degradation of organic materials is the key step in recycling waste PCBs. The mechanism of the

  • RIOS CertificationCertified Recyclers

    The Recycling Industry Operating Standard™ (RIOS ™) the recycling industry s management system standard for quality environment and health safety (QEH S) does exactly that. Specifically designed for the recycling industry RIOS™ integrates the key operational elements of a robust management system bringing quality environmental and health and safety together into one

  • Design for Electronics Recycling Best Practices

    Design for electronic recycling is the application of steps and concepts during the design stage of electronic development such that some or all of the electronic device or product can be recycled for further use after the device or product has reached the end of Its operational life. The fact is that most electronic devices are discarded due

  • Newly launched range of adhesives and coatings enables

    Newly launched range of adhesives and coatings enables improved packaging recycling Sustainability is a task for the entire packaging industry regardless of one s place in the value chain. As a leader in adhesive technologies Henkel is committed to actively supporting a circular economy by making it possible to return high-quality materials

  • Electronics recyclers plead guilty to fraudRecycling Today

    Applications for 2019 ia Recycling Association awards will be accepted in September 2019. Newly formed waste management company makes acquisition Canada-based Environmental 360 Solutions acquires Can Pak Environmental Inc.

  • Arizona Complete Electronic RecyclingACE Recycling

    ACE Recycling accepts drop-offs of electronic waste from the public during business hours. ACE Recycling also partners with businesses to help them properly dispose of unwanted electronics. ACE Recycling offers a wide variety of services to businesses. All data on hard drives received is erased according to industry standards.

  • The dark side of electronic waste recyclingThe Verge

    In 2015 it would have been hard to find two people in the recycling industry with much better resumes than Craig Lorch and Jeff Zirkle. Lorch was an active part of the Beacon Hill neighborhood of

  • How ECS unraveledE-Scrap NewsResource Recycling

    This article originally appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of E-Scrap News. Subscribe today for access to all print content. W hen ECS Refining filed for bankruptcy in April 2018 the news came as a surprise to many.. Owned by two longtime industry leaders the e-scrap processor had been in business for almost four decades.

  • Waste360

    Jun 21 2021. Waste360 has been serving the solid waste recycling and organics industry for more than 50 years. More than 90 000 industry executives and professionals from haulers recyclers

  • Design for Recycling ISRI

    The Latitude 5590 contains a removable battery is free of harmful substance such as mercury eliminated the use of glues and adhesives contains a modular design making easier to access and disassemble and uses standardized fasteners. The Latitude 5285 2-in

  • Design for Electronics Recycling Best Practices

    Design for electronic recycling is the application of steps and concepts during the design stage of electronic development such that some or all of the electronic device or product can be recycled for further use after the device or product has reached the end of Its operational life. The fact is that most electronic devices are discarded due

  • Circular economy and electronic waste Nature Electronics

    The quantity of hazardous electronic waste (e-waste) circulating in the world is now estimated to be more than 6 kg per person totalling 44.7 million metric tonnes in

  • GEM Co. Ltd.

    View introduction. ECOPRO-GEM CO. LTD is located at 5 75 South Shanduan Road Yingricwan Xinghaiyi North District Pohang City Kyongbuk South Korea. It is a joint venture jointly established by Jingmen GEM Co. Ltd. and ECOPRO Co. Ltd covering an area of

  • New Jersey electronics recycler joins Recycling Today

    By joining TERRA and its Done with IT mail-in recycling program NewTech will help drive awareness about the negative environmental and health effects of electronic waste and provide access to sustainable recycling that includes secure data destruction services to more than 44.5 million residents in 129 counties from its R2 (Responsible

  • Newly launched range of adhesives and coatings enables

    Newly launched range of adhesives and coatings enables improved packaging recycling Sustainability is a task for the entire packaging industry regardless of one s place in the value chain. As a leader in adhesive technologies Henkel is committed to actively supporting a circular economy by making it possible to return high-quality materials

  • Electronic Waste Recycling Takes Off in Rural Michigan

    Boasting a circulation of more than 60 000 100 qualified subscribers Waste Advantage Magazine is an independent publisher with staff that has more than 100 years of experience in publishing. Printed 12X annually Waste Advantage Magazine is solely dedicated to covering the solid waste and recycling industry with one publication and one price. Our circulation delivers a blanket coverage of

  • Electronic Waste Recycling and Disposal An Overview

    Electronic waste or e-waste is said to be the fastest growing stream of hazardous waste in the world. E-waste is comprised of a variety of inputs including hazardous materials potentially valuable and recyclable materials and other inputs. E-waste follows a range of pathways after disposal including formal and informal recycling storage and dumping in both developed and less-developed

  • EMCE 2019 ELV recyclers chase new green Recycling Today

    July 9 2019. In Japan host nation to the 2019 E-Mobility Circular Economy (EMCE 2019) conference some 99 percent of internal combustion engine (ICE) end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) are recycled and a high percentage of the materials in those ELVs are recycled. Now with new energy vehicles (NEVs) gaining market share the recycling industry

  • Spencer County Solid Waste Management District Recycle

    Electronic Waste. Effective August 1 2019 Spencer County Solid Waste Management District will be charging for Electronic Waste. Prices are as follows All size TV s computer monitors and laptops/notebooks are 5 each. All size Modems Printers and DVD/VHS players are 3 each. We accept CASH ONLY for electronic waste.

  • Nestlé receives ISRI s 2019 Design for Recycling award

    In recognition of its innovative use of recycled plastic and its product design centered on recycling the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) Washington has named Stamford Connecticut-based Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) as its 2019 Design for Recycling (DFR) award winner. The DFR award is given annually to the most innovative contribution to products designed with

  • Recycle reuse Indian government proposes a resource

    Electronic waste is emerging as a major waste management problem for Indian authorities. Photo by Praveenp/Wikimedia Commons. The plan called for setting up proper solar panel recycling infrastructure to manage large volumes of solar panels that will be disposed in the near future.

  • Institute of Scrap Recycling IndustriesISRI

    ISRI2022 Call for Proposals. ISRI is seeking high-quality session proposals that address a full range of issues facing recycling companies that process broker and consume scrap commodities. This includes topics targeted to the challenges and opportunities manufacturers and sellers of equipment and services to the recycling industry are facing.

  • RIOS CertificationCertified Recyclers

    RIOS™ offers the guidance and necessary tools to comply with industry requirements and federal regulations allowing a recycling facility to stay ahead of market changes. Working with a RIOS™ certified facility means your partners Meet the highest recycling benchmarks. Promote environmentally-sound facility management.

  • Electronic Waste Recycling and Disposal An Overview

    Growing government and industry interest in the recovery of secondary raw materials such as the rare earth elements from e-waste is leading towards an increase in the development of strategies to increase recycling rates (which currently stand at approximately 20 globally) as well as in the development of formal mechanized processes for recycling e-waste at the end-processing stage.

  • Newly launched range of adhesives and coatings enables

    Newly launched range of adhesives and coatings enables improved packaging recycling Sustainability is a task for the entire packaging industry regardless of one s place in the value chain. As a leader in adhesive technologies Henkel is committed to actively supporting a circular economy by making it possible to return high-quality materials

  • EMCE 2019 ELV recyclers chase new green Recycling Today

    July 9 2019. In Japan host nation to the 2019 E-Mobility Circular Economy (EMCE 2019) conference some 99 percent of internal combustion engine (ICE) end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) are recycled and a high percentage of the materials in those ELVs are recycled. Now with new energy vehicles (NEVs) gaining market share the recycling industry

  • Design for Recycling ISRI

    Products designed with recyclability in mind To be eligible for ISRI s Design for Recycling ® Award a company s product (s) must be designed/redesigned and manufactured to Contain the maximum amount of materials that are recyclable. Be easily recycled through current or newly designed recycling

  • Cleaning Up the E-Waste Mess Big Tech Needs to Do More

    Cleaning Up the E-Waste Mess Big Tech Needs to Do More. It s unreasonable to expect that the problem of electronic waste—the smartphones laptops monitors and

  • Electronics recyclers plead guilty to fraudRecycling Today

    The Düsseldorf Germany-based BDSV ferrous scrap recycling association says its industry survey reviewing 2018 has revealed ferrous scrap recyclers appear less optimistic about the future.. Just 7 percent of the surveyed companies expect a better business situation in 2019 according to the BDSV. "As a result of the United States tariff policy increasing trade disputes high public debt of

  • Top 15 Recycling Business Ideas 2019Waste Advantage

    Boasting a circulation of more than 60 000 100 qualified subscribers Waste Advantage Magazine is an independent publisher with staff that has more than 100 years of experience in publishing. Printed 12X annually Waste Advantage Magazine is solely dedicated to covering the solid waste and recycling industry with one publication and one price. Our circulation delivers a blanket coverage of

  • Designing a smart incentive-based recycling system for

    A smart incentive-based waste recycling system is designed for waste. • The Internet of Things and data analysis technologies are used to enhance the system. • The stakeholders can collaborate smoothly using an information-sharing platform. • The smart system helps to improve recycling services and reduce waste. •

  • Recycle reuse Indian government proposes a resource

    Electronic waste is emerging as a major waste management problem for Indian authorities. Photo by Praveenp/Wikimedia Commons. The plan called for setting up proper solar panel recycling infrastructure to manage large volumes of solar panels that will be disposed in the near future.

  • NWRA FILA Board Elects New Members for 2021Waste

    NWRA Future Industry Leaders Alliance (FILA) Board recently held a meeting to select the 2021 board review FILA s operating guidelines and discuss this year s agenda. FILA is a member-directed association dedicated to promoting the development and advancement of the next generation of the waste and recycling industry s leaders.

  • Circular economy and electronic waste Nature Electronics

    The quantity of hazardous electronic waste (e-waste) circulating in the world is now estimated to be more than 6 kg per person totalling 44.7 million metric tonnes in

  • Environmentally sound system for E-waste Biotechnological

    1. Introduction. The high quantity of electrical and electronic products is rapidly becoming a waste stream around the globe (Awasthi et al. 2019 Awasthi and Li 2017a Awasthi and Li 2017b).According to United Nation University (UNU) report estimated that the total 44.7 million metric tonnes (Mt) e-waste generated worldwide in 2016 furthermore predicted that the total quantity of e