When buying and selling used HP parts it is very critical to know the ins and outs of the genuine product label. Knowing how to identify your HP labels and how to take care of them can help you avoid receiving fraudulent modules, and increase the value of your memory. HP uses a majority of different
Change is on the horizon for e-waste recycling laws and regulation. A new head of the EPA and recent new stories have shined a spotlight on a troubling trend in e-scrap recycling. A thriving international black market has developed in recycling IT equipment. And the poisonous materials inside scrap
The national average cost for office space is $18.22 a square foot. For most of corporate America, real estate is one of the top three most expensive operating costs. For data centers, the stakes are even higher. Data center space is significantly higher per square foot due to the additional expense
They may be tucked away in a storage unit or in a backroom closet, but your used IT assets can be a significant revenue source. By recycling IT equipment that is collecting dust, you can make the most out of your retired resources. And the solution is simple recycle IT assets with the right company
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