Electronics recycling is a dynamic, constantly evolving industry.  While the practice has been common in Europe for a decade, in the United States it is a new industry. The demand to properly recycle in the United States is growing at a rapid rate.  While new technology is being introduced every day, we see that electronics are becoming obsolete much faster than they used to.  It is important to be aware of ways that you can properly dispose of old and unwanted electronics, and eLoop is constantly working to spread that awareness.

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  • Generating Renewable Energy from Waste: Q&A with Lockheed Martin’s Craig Moeller
    by Alyssa Danigelis on May 19, 2017 at 6:34 pm

    Craig Moeller, director of advanced energy generation for Lockheed Martin, discusses the future of waste-to-energy. The post Generating Renewable Energy from Waste: Q&A with Lockheed Martin’s Craig Moeller appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Fiat Chrysler to Modify 100,000 Vehicles, Strives to Reach Settlement w/EPA
    by Jennifer Hermes on May 19, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    Fiat Chrysler (FCA), attempting to reach a settlement with US regulators following studies that show the automaker installed emissions-cheating software, has said that it will modify around 100,000 diesel vehicles. While the situation is similar to the Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal, FCA is unlikely to have to pay as much as that company, ... Read more » The post Fiat Chrysler to Modify 100,000 Vehicles, Strives to Reach Settlement w/EPA appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • PepsiCo’s the Latest Voice in the Loud Sustainable Packaging Conversation
    by Jennifer Hermes on May 19, 2017 at 5:47 pm

    PepsiCo is the latest CPG company touting its commitment to reduce packaging waste, having announced that it has joined the New Plastics Economy initiative as a “core partner.” The initiative, launched in London in May 2016, brings together industry, government, NGOs and others to build a more sustainable global plastics value chain. Other core partners ... Read more » The post PepsiCo’s the Latest Voice in the Loud Sustainable Packaging Conversation appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Virginia Seeks to Limit Carbon Emissions, Following California and New England
    by Ken Silverstein on May 18, 2017 at 10:00 am

    Virginia's governor has signed an executive order to limit carbon emissions that would utilize a cap-and-trade system. It is implemented, the governor ask it be ready by year-end. The post Virginia Seeks to Limit Carbon Emissions, Following California and New England appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Retailers Lead the Charge toward Bio-Based Packaging
    by Jennifer Hermes on May 17, 2017 at 5:29 pm

    Retailers, with their increased use of sustainable packaging, are playing a leading role in encouraging consumers to adopt bio-based packaging materials; manufacturers and retailers that adopt biodegradable packaging materials will benefit through cost cuts and tax reductions, according to a Technavio market research analysis. Technavio says the global biodegradable paper ... Read more » The post Retailers Lead the Charge toward Bio-Based Packaging appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]