Below is a recap of this week’s blog posts including Apple’s support of a U.S. repair law, embracing value-added IT asset disposition services, tips for an eco-friendly Halloween, compliance assurance with an ITAD provider, and four ways ESG creates value.
After years of opposing the right-to-repair movement and lobbying against any repair legislation, Apple has seemingly changed its perspective entirely on consumers’ right to repair their own devices. Now, the tech giant has announced its support of federal right-to-repair legislation.
HOBI presented the second webinar in its series on value-added IT asset disposition services (vITAD) Oct. 27, where HOBI’s president and co-founder Craig Boswell describes how vITAD is the new way forward.
It’s that time of year again, and we’re back to remind consumers of the dangers of e-waste while enjoying spooktober festivities. This time of year, many people like to go above and beyond with Halloween decor, including large displays that often require batteries or electronics to function. However, improper e-waste disposal could lead to something far scarier than zombie pirates and vampires. Amid trick-or-treating plans, we’re here to discuss the tricks and treats of electronic disposal and help you keep this spooky season mostly ghostly.
The IT asset disposition process is intricate and sometimes dangerous, and companies are liable at all stages of the ITAD process. For this reason, compliance is a critical factor in enterprise risk management. Additionally, a certified ITAD vendor is the most reliable way to ensure environmental compliance when it comes to electronics recycling.
Businesses that fall short in environmental, social, and governance matters risk being rated poorly. Having a strong ESG portfolio can create greater value for them. Here are four strategies for achieving that value.