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Whose responsibility is it to recycle?

by root / 19 Jan, 2017

We are all aware of getting paid to recycle. Electronics are becoming smaller and more advanced by the day. There is, therefore, little or no value in processing them.

Why Your Business Should Consider Recycling

by root / 19 Jan, 2017

We are heading to a time where businesses will be judged by their efforts to conserve the environment.

The Evolution of Canadian E-Waste Recycling

by root / 19 Jan, 2017

A lot has changed in recycling since the years when an office server was the size of a refrigerator and a CPU chip had $300 worth of gold.

Monitor Recycling

by root / 16 Mar, 2016

Our computer monitor recycle service collects and recycles all types of computer screens.

Green Recycling

by root / 05 Feb, 2016

From homeowners to large corporations and industries, everyone knows about the importance of green recycling for the sake of our environment.

Phone Recycling

by root / 24 Jan, 2016

Recycling phones is a trend that has seen tremendous development over the last few years.

E-Waste Recycling

by root / 14 Jan, 2016

Electronic waste is electronic equipment and electrical of any kind that has been discarded. E-waste is anything that is powered by an electric source like a battery or a power socket.

Importance of electrical recycling in festive period

by root / 20 Dec, 2015

As Christmas is approaching, the outside landfills will likewise be getting fat with the old electronic gadgets that we joyously surrendered for new sparkly ones at Christmas.

Lack of interest in recycling

by root / 16 Oct, 2015

The Defra-supported activity 'Pledge 4 Plastics', which was set up to energize the recycling of plastics, have recently released a survey which guarantees that 60% of Britons are uninterested in re