Latest Computer recycling Stories

2012-02-07 08:00:00

Miller Recycling Corporation collected 26.3 tons of electronic waste at their a Free E-Waste Recycling Event on Saturday, January 7th, at their facility in Mansfield. Mansfield, MA (PRWEB) February 07, 2012 In the six hours that Miller Recycling Corporation's Free E-Waste Recycling Event took place, a total of 352 cars delivered 26.3 tons of electronic waste, including computers, monitors, printers, TVs, stereos, and DVD players, among many other items. “Many of those in attendance...

2012-01-19 22:55:00

Ranch Town Recycling, a recycling facility in the Bay Area, now buy copper materials such as wires, pipes, electrical and plumbing. San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 19, 2012 Ranch Town Recycling, a Bay Area copper recycling facility, announces they now buy copper materials such as wires, pipes, electrical and plumbing. Copper is one of the first known metals to be used by man. Many ancient artifacts have been found made of bronze, an alloy composed of copper and iron. Today, copper is a...

2011-12-14 14:40:00

⢠Now more than 2,600 Goodwill drop off locations in the U.S. and Canada ⢠6.8 million additional U.S. households can recycle end-of-life electronics free ⢠Expansion expected to divert additional 7.5 million pounds of computer equipment from landfills annually Tweet This: Dell & Goodwill expand electronics recycling program, Dell Reconnect, to over 300 donation sites #domore #recycling #ICT Round Rock, TX (PRWEB) December...

2011-12-12 17:44:21

Tecnalia Research & Innovation has developed a new recycling system enabling the classification of waste from electrical and electronic equipment that cannot be ordered by conventional procedures, due to their similarities in color, weight and shape. This system has received the EARTO Prize, giving recognition to the most innovative projects at a European level. How to manage waste has become one of the most important paradigms of contemporary society, given the large quantities of...

Word of the Day
  • Color; hue; complexion.
This word is Middle English in origin.