Our e-Recycling Hayward facility makes the E-Scrap Conference Issue Cover for the September 2013 issue.
On July 18th the US EPA Region Nine hosted a Roundtable with Certified and Compliant Recycler’s in California. Panelists included OEM’s, auditors, certifying bodies, and recyclers. Vice President, Dennis Kazarian participated in a heated debate on topics such as electonics recycling, the California model versus manufacturer responsibility, the value of certifications.
After the meeting the contingent of stakeholders toured ERC’s Hayward Facility. The participants came from across the Asia-Pacific, African and Latin American-Caribbean Regions.
Global E-Waste Management (GEM) Network, enables environmental officials from around the world to exchange best practices, policies and challenges related to the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
Participants in this group, have been meeting since 2011, come from More information on the GEM network is available here:
Artist Jean Shin is best known for her labor-intensive process of transforming cast-off objects into visually alluring, conceptually rich sculptures installations.
Brazilian contingent tours ERC’s Hayward Processing Facility to learn more about the issues surrounding electronic waste recycling.
Representatives from the Brazilian state of Catarina, members of the CERTI Foundation, the Venezuelan government, Water Resources and the Zero Waste Institute visited Sacramento and then were treated to a comprehensive tour of ERC’s Hayward Facility lead by Russ Caswell, General Manager and Commodities Sales Manager for e-Recycling of California. (more…)
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e-Recycling of California
It’s probably not something you’ve given much thought to – where all those old computers and monitors go after they’ve died and left your home or office… View Article (PDF – 136KB)
Put e-waste in its right place
Old TVs, cellphones and other electronics don’t belong in the trash; they
should be recycled.
The outskirts of Ghana is another flashpoint of e-waste dumping.