e-Waste, LLC wins Hudson businesses of the year by Laura Freeman | Reporter Published: December 8, 2013 12:00AM Hudson — The Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce, City of Hudson Economic Growth Board and Hudson Economic Development Corp. [image title=”e-Waste CEO Jim Cleveland” size=”” align=”right” lightbox=”false” group=”” link=”” width=”0″ height=”0″ autoHeight=”false” quality=”75″ frame=”false” link_class=”” underline=”true”]http://e-wasteonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/JCleveland.jpg[/image] recognized..
E-scrap bills move forward Electronics recycling continued to be a hot topic as legislatures across the country took up new recycling bills. In Mississippi, a new law creates a directory of certified electronics recycling firms. Senate Bill 2754 aggregates available data to create a registry of e-scrap processors certified to either the Responsible Recycling (R2) or e-Stewards standards..
Chinese researchers have developed a simple and environmentally friendly method to salvage the materials found in waste printed circuits boards (PCBs) using the solvent dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO). The team says it could be part of the solution for the 20–50 million tonnes of e-waste that’s generated globally every year, much of which ends up in..
Every day, we throw out an enormous amount of precious metals that are hiding inside our old electronics. Electronics supply chains have become a popular topic of discussion over the past few years, mainly because of Apple’s labor and environmental issues in its factories. But the other end of the supply chain–what happens after electronics..
MicroStrate Inc. is turning recycled computer parts and other plastic waste into stops signs and other signage at its 100,000-square-foot facility that recently opened in Kyle. MicroStrate is a trademarked material that was developed by Image Microsystems Inc., a reverse logistics company in Austin. Last year, the companies bought a building in Kyle and now..