Do We Have Enough Lithium?

Do We Have Enough Lithium?

Why Recycling Lithium Is Important The Energy Crisis of the 1970s emerged from several geopolitical upheavals that eventually ebbed into the oil glut of the 1980s. Consumers enjoyed low gas prices during the 1980s and 1990s, due in part to the Reagan...
Repair or Recycle?

Repair or Recycle?

Repair, Reuse, or Recycle? Although the impetus to recycle electronic waste continues to gain widespread cooperation from larger organizations, recycling may not be enough to save our planet from an irreversible environmental disaster. Prior to the age of the Internet...
Why Companies Need to Focus on E-waste

Why Companies Need to Focus on E-waste

Large Companies Generate Most E-waste Compared to the massive amount of e-waste generated by multinational businesses, small and medium-sized businesses produce just a fraction of that amount. This is in spite of the fact that large companies making huge profits are...
Are Large Companies Exacerbating the E-waste Problem?

Are Large Companies Exacerbating the E-waste Problem?

E-waste and Environmental Responsibility Should large companies be held legally responsible for the proper disposal of their e-waste? Apple, Dell, and Microsoft employ hundreds of thousands of people globally who rely on devices like smartphones, laptops, and iPads as...
Responsible Electronics Disposal

Responsible Electronics Disposal

Electronics Disposal In 2019, an estimated 59 million tons of electronic waste dramatically contributed to the burgeoning problem of permanent environmental damage. Unfortunately, the disastrous problem of improperly disposed of e-waste is expected to worsen. In fact,...