Refrigerator Recycling
A fridge is one of the hardest home electrical appliances to dispose of or recycle. Not only is it challenging to find a good electrician who can repair it, but its sheer size also makes it very difficult to dispose of. Research from the American Environmental protection Agency shows that old fridges do...
R2 recycling
R2 Certification is facilitated by U.S. EPA and is recognized worldwide as a voluntary set of best practices for the electronic waste industry. It has emerged as the industry-wide standard for controlling the disposal of electronic waste (e-waste) in a sustainable manner, in recent years. R2 in R2 Recycling Standards stand for Responsible Recycling....
Disposal of outdated household appliances and electronics is a much more important task than buying it and enjoying its work. As we all know from childhood, you need to throw out the trash. In the modern world, the cost is to add - “throw out correctly.” There, where it will take and professionally and safely disposed of....
Starting your own business is a time-consuming activity. If you want to start your own electronics recycling business then you have more laws and regulations to address before you even start looking for a property. There are also questions you need to ask and business models that you need...
Are you wondering what you are going to do with electronics you are not using? In this article, we shall name and describe four simple and inexpensive ways you can recycle your electronics safely. Electronics are some of the most difficult things to dispose of when they outlive their usefulness. It may take millions of years for...
Not all garbage can be easily disposed of. This also applies to electronic, especially at the moment. All offices and enterprises, as well as almost all private individuals, can not do without computers. Electronic garbage also includes computers, fax machines, copiers, televisions, mobile phones, cathode-ray lamps. A detailed list can be found in the “Federal Waste Classification...
The explosive development in the electronic industry has been of great benefit to society mainly due to the increase in cheap new devices. Nonetheless, this growth has, unfortunately, come with a rapidly escalating concern of e-waste or as they call it, the EOL (End of life) electronics. In recent years, E-waste is significantly...
Electronics Recycling laws change every few years. Each county also has its own set of guidelines. The genera rule of thumb is that any TV or MONITOR based technology comes at a cost while most electronics will be free for the most part.  Special Services such as Hard Drive Shredding and...

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