Swiss-Ghana Proposal Could Largely Disrupt the U.S. e-Scrap Exports Industry

Adopted by the Conference of Plenipotentiaries in Basel, Switzerland on March 22, 1989, The Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Waste and their Disposal is an international treaty that controls the management and trade of waste worldwide. The Basel Convention was first implemented in 1992 in order to protect human health…

Battery Recycling Spreads Across U.S. & Europe

Battery fires are becoming a growing concern in the world, especially with the emergence of an electric car supply chain. Lithium Ion battery fires are becoming increasingly more common, leading the recycling industry to focus more on safe battery recycling.  Commercial operations for Lithium Ion battery recycler Li-Cycle’s new Arizona location have begun in what…

How Mobile Asset Management Contributes to a Circular Economy

Proper IT asset management is the key to creating a sustainable closed-loop circular economy, especially when it comes to mobile asset management. The world is overrun with technology, but the primary device used across the globe is mobile phones. Statistics show that 7.26 billion people in the world own a mobile phone, 6.64 billion of…

IT Asset Management in 2022

IT asset management is an integral part of an enterprise, and now that most businesses have a hybrid work schedule, managing IT assets is even more crucial. Proper IT asset management is the key to a smooth, transparent operating process and can benefit a business in many ways including, strengthening data security, bringing order and…

Dangers of Self Repair Include Setting Your House on Fire

As technology evolves, it also becomes more expensive. Newer smartphone models range anywhere from $800-$1,000 and higher depending on size, storage capacity etc. Repairing devices can be almost as expensive as purchasing a new one, which is leading many consumers on the quest to repair their device elsewhere. Instead of getting slapped with a bill…