4 Reasons Why Electronic Recycling Costs are Skyrocketing

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You may have noticed the increasing price of recycling your old electronics. There are 4 major reasons why electronic recycling costs have risen over 100% in 2018.  The high plastic content found in over 50% of electronics recycled… Read More

Computers in Africa Constructed from E-Waste and Jerrycans

          West Africa has long been a repository for much of the developed world’s outdated and obsolete electronic waste.  This is due to many factors, including: the capital intensiveness of recycling e-waste, lax labor… Read More

Make a 3D Printer By Reinventing E-Waste

A large part of the recycling process involves re-purposing. Besides keeping your electronics running for as long as possible, there are many creative things you can do with your old electronics. Some innovators have turned gutted out CRT… Read More

The Future of Electronics: Biodegradable and Eco-Friendly Technology

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In  2011 41.5 million tons of e-waste was disposed of. This number is expected to grow to 93.5 million tons in 2016. Currently, a large majority of electronic waste is shipped overseas to places like Africa and China… Read More

The Real Cost of Electronics Recycling

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Updated October 2018 When we think of everyday things that people can do to help protect the environment, recycling most often comes to mind. It’s a decades-long practice where people have embraced the concept that we must reuse… Read More