The WEEE Forum, an international association of e-waste collection schemes, reported that 112 organizations, which is more than double last year’s number, took part in this year’s edition.
The Las Vegas facility has contributed to the company’s efforts to expand its logistics, managed IT services and ITAD programs across the U.S.
Waste Pro began the Laptops for Veterans program in 2009 and has since made donations to military facilities across the country, including Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, and the Carolinas.
O2 has paid out £226 million to customers so far.
The meeting highlighted the urgent need for transformation of Nigeria’s e-waste recycling sector.
The CTA study report predicts 11.3 million units of smart home devices to be shipped during the holiday season.
PCs for People currently processes nearly 2 million pounds of used electronics per year across its St. Paul and Denver facilities.
Three additional companies have agreed to settle in Ohio’s Closed Loop Refining and Recovery’s cathode ray tube (CRT) recycling case.
The matter has been listed for next hearing on December 23rd.
The country has been actively involved in replicating the environment-friendly e-waste disposal practices in other parts of the world, especially in developing countries such as Peru, Colombia and Egypt.