To mitigate corporate risk, steer clear of do-it-yourself asset disposition
At first glance, DIY asset disposition may seem tempting. Your IT team can handle it, right? Since we’re writing this post, you can guess the answer is far from as straightforward as some companies believe.Read More
B2B electronics recycling should be as easy as shoe shopping. Yes, really.
No brand symbolizes ease of shopping, shipping, and returns as much as Zappos. The online shoe and clothing retailer has made customer service the hallmark of its brand. Wouldn’t you be intrigued if a B2B electronics recycling specialist applied the same principles to its client relationships?Read More
No matter what, your company will eventually need to pursue computer recycling. Here are 3 facts to keep in mind.
Are the backrooms of your company turning into a computer junkyard? Whether your equipment has gone obsolete after a companywide upgrade or needs to be disposed of following a merger, the question of what should happen to your e-waste needs to be tackled before that pile becomes a permanent fixture.Read More
If you run a company, chances are you will need electronics recycling for businesses. This Q&A can get you started.
From how to package electronics for recycling to how to set up a corporate e-waste program — we’re used to getting those questions by now. When it comes to electronics recycling for businesses, please consider us your go-to source.
For some quick answers to the most common queries, read this post.Read More
Recycling corporate e-waste shouldn’t be a hassle. By eliminating confusion and disorder, you score environmental, brand, and operational wins
Evaluating the performance of your electronics recycling partner — or partners — is one of those tasks that tends to get pushed back by day-to-day work demands. It may require a major hiccup for a company to take note that the e-recycler is not meeting standards. Alternatively, you may be facing a scenario in which the issues keep mounting until the situation gradually deteriorates from “make-do” to unsustainable.Read More
Here are 3 changes that helped a global OEM overhaul its electronics recycling management
A global or nationwide network of sites demands a certain level of organization when it comes to electronics recycling. However, it’s not uncommon for large companies to piece the operation together as it grows. While this approach is understandable, you may come to a point where it becomes too difficult to manage electronics recycling.Read More
If your business is facing repeated pick-up failures and other e-waste management challenges, a new solution could help.
Too many cooks in the kitchen…it’s destined to get messy. The same goes for electronics recycling. It’s difficult to manage and navigate reporting, brand protection, and environmental compliance when you’re dealing with multiple, if not dozens or more, electronic recycling companies.Read More
DEALING WITH TOO MANY E-RECYCLERS? A LARGE OEM TOOK THESE STEPS TO IMPROVE E-WASTE MANAGEMENT [a case study]
With e-waste management challenges stacking up, this global provider of home internet connectivity solutions knew action was needed.
A global operation is by its sheer size always challenging to manage. Hundreds of sites in different countries — all of different sizes and designed for different purposes — demand an organization in control of every piece of the puzzle.Read More
Organizations are getting better at recycling but as these e-waste statistics show, there’s a lot of room for improvement
If you need proof your company can play an important role in improving the global environment while raising its sustainability profile, just look at the e-waste statistics.Read More