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Congress may look to add new regulations covering e-scrap and the disposal and recycling of used electronics by reintroducing the Responsible Electronics Recycling Act (RERA). Though RERA failed to become law during its last go-round, it sparked an intense debate within the e-scrap recycling
On July 1st, the Naples Daily News featured SMS Assembly in an article highlighting how our company is transforming itself into one of the nations premiere electronics recyclers and data destruction companies. *Note: the link above requires a subscription to read the full write-up.* The article,
Ask any Recycler, pursuing an R2 certification is quite a journey entailing reams of paperwork and procedures. Here we see Jack adjusting to R2. Jack has to wear gloves now. Jack does not like wearing gloves.
It is commonly known that electronics should be recycled. Several laws govern the recycling and/or disposal of these, but what do the laws say that you need to know? The Basics Federal recycling and disposal laws come directly from the EPA. They are available to the public. Federal laws permit
Day by day, organizations just like yours accumulate old and useless equipment in sheds around the world. These items molder away, waiting until the time comes for them to be written off, consigned to oblivion. Unfortunately, the story doesn't end there. The EPA has made it illegal to put IT in land
Though most associate equipment costs with the initial purchase, there is really much more to be considered. Several costs may be incurred throughout a component's life cycle, including that of <a href="http://www.wisegeek.com/why-is-e-waste-dangerous.htm">disposition at the end of it's
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