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2 Ways to Save Your Legal Firm and the Earth From Harm

Attorneys unknowingly create a substantial amount of electronic waste in the course of their work. Here’s how we know that and how law firms - big [...]

3 Top Concerns About E-Waste in the Healthcare Industry

Significant and continual advancements in healthcare technology have enhanced the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients. However, [...]

Computer Recycling: How Does it Work?

Have you ever wondered what happens to your computer when it's recycled?

Tossing your old computer in the trash may help to reduce clutter, but [...]

How Law Firms Can Responsibly Recycle Computers and Maintain Data Security

Technology is changing at a rapid rate. The computers we use in business are decreasing in cost and increasing in speed and storage capacity. It's [...]

6 Reasons for Companies to Invest in Data Shredding for Old Computer Hard Drives

Every business has data, lots of data. A single hard drive can contain hundreds, even thousands of confidential, proprietary, or sensitive data [...]

How Does Electronic Recycling Work?

As our electronic devices come to the end of their useful life, the question comes up how do I get rid of? Recycling e-waste enables us to recover [...]

Why you should recycle your cell phone

Today, we all own cell phones, they are apart of our everyday life. Most american buy a new cell phone every 12 - 18 months and the amount of [...]

Did you know your computer contains precious metals?

Some people might not know that there are precious metals in your electronic devices but there are some very valuable metals that can be found in [...]

5 Shocking Environmental Effects of E-Waste

E-Waste, also called electronic waste, is the name for electronic products that have come towards the end of their “useful life.” This can include [...]

5 Office Electronics You Can Recycle.

Electronic waste is the name for office electronics that have come towards the end of their “useful life.” A lot of this time electronic devices [...]

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