June 13, 2022

Top Electronic Waste Trends of 2022

The March release of the E-Waste Management Market Report from Vantage Market Research revealed some alarming statistics. While the market value of e-waste management was valued at over $49 billion in 2021, it’s climbing at a rate that should put that value at more than $111 billion in the next six years.The Global E-Waste Statistics […]

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May 30, 2022

What Is The Process Of Recycling Lithium-Ion Batteries?

Lithium-ion batteries are in so many items today. The rechargeable batteries in your laptop, your electric lawnmower, your robotic vacuum, your smartphone, your wireless earbuds, and even your electric vehicle contain lithium-ion batteries. They’re in your digital cameras, Every time you use the battery and recharge it, it is slowly and continuously losing the ability to […]

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May 22, 2022

How Are Tesla Batteries Recycled?

Elon Musk tweeted that the battery modules in a Model 3 are designed to last 300,000 to 500,000 miles. As every driver is different, it’s better to measure longevity by miles instead of years. One person may only drive 500 miles a month, while others may have longer commutes. Those with long commutes may drive […]

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March 29, 2022

The 5 Biggest Lithium Ion Battery Fires To Date

Lithium ion batteries are in most every electronic device you own. A rechargeable game controller, smartphone, electric vehicle, tablets, laptops, and smartwatches all have them. They’re just as common in a workplace with employees carrying around phones, laptops, pagers, tablets, etc. Despite the safety of these batteries, they can become hazardous in certain situations. If they’ve […]

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March 21, 2022

Why Battery Recycling Is the Largest Hazard Facing the Recycling Industry

Battery recycling is one of the most significant hazards to the e-waste industry. It’s a precarious business for workers and facility owners. The dangers start with how home and business owners recycle their unnecessary or dead batteries and electronic devices.Batteries contain plastic, metal, and paper strips, but they also have toxic materials like arsenic, lead, […]

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February 27, 2022

Understanding the Most Abundant Commodities in Batteries

How are batteries made? It’s something you must consider before you dispose of a spent battery. Every battery contains metals and substances that are becoming harder to find in the earth or have the potential to damage the environment.While people used to throw batteries in the trash, this isn’t the best way to dispose of […]

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January 24, 2022

Don’t Overlook the Importance of In-House Data Destruction

Before hiring a company for data destruction, carefully consider your goals and implications of a job that’s not done correctly. What does your company store on hard drives? What information is on your employee’s phones, tablets, laptops, and computers? What documents are printed on the computer? Every time technology advances, it adds to the long […]

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January 17, 2022

Misconceptions and Realities Surrounding Hard Drive Destruction

Years ago, a top security company surprised several ITAD companies by suggesting data that loses its value years from now is an important consideration when determining how careful you are with data destruction. If the information isn’t highly valuable, they suggested the “bare minimum” is acceptable.It wasn’t the right approach. Guessing whether or not today’s […]

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January 3, 2022

Electronic Recycling for Businesses – Everything You Need to Know

Consider the number of electronic devices each employee in your business owns. At a bare minimum, your workers likely have a smartphone, a modem and router, a desktop or laptop computer, tablet, headset, and multi-function printer. Plus, you have lightbulbs and fixtures, radios or smart speakers, and copiers. You may even have TVs, tablets, microwave […]

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