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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  • Campbell Soup Cuts Freight Cost, Emissions with On-Site Bottling Plant
    by Jennifer Hermes on April 25, 2017 at 6:41 pm

    Campbell Soup Co. is cutting freight costs and improving operational efficiencies – as well as significantly decreasing carbon dioxide emissions – by opening an on-site PET bottle-making plant at a Campbell Soup Co. facility in Paris, Texas. The bottle-making company, Amcor Rigid Plastics, previously supplied the Paris site from its ... Read more » The post Campbell Soup Cuts Freight Cost, Emissions with On-Site Bottling Plant appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Walmart Spends $141M on Ethics & Compliance Systems, Positions for Increased Shareholder Returns
    by Jennifer Hermes on April 25, 2017 at 5:22 pm

    Walmart has spent more than $141 million on ethics and compliance systems since 2013, to manage and track efforts that include appointing over 2,300 ethics and compliance professionals, ensuring compliance is up-to-date and accurate, and creating a board-level Global Ethics, Compliance & Risk Committee, the company announced this week. Walmart says its ethics ... Read more » The post Walmart Spends $141M on Ethics & Compliance Systems, Positions for Increased Shareholder Returns appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Nearly Half the Fortune 500 Have Goals to Cut Greenhouse Gases
    by Ken Silverstein on April 25, 2017 at 10:00 am

    Nearly half the companies in Fortune 500 have set targets to cut their greenhouse gas emissions, improve energy efficiencies and up their consumption of renewable energy, says the just-released CERES Power Forward 3.0 report. The post Nearly Half the Fortune 500 Have Goals to Cut Greenhouse Gases appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Google Request Exacerbates South Carolina Water Wars
    by Jennifer Hermes on April 24, 2017 at 8:02 pm

    Google has requested 1.5 million gallons of groundwater per day to cool the servers at its Berkeley County facility, hoping to draw the water from the county’s aquifer. The company already uses about 4 million gallons of surface water per day, writes the Post & Courier (via Mashable). Google has studied various ... Read more » The post Google Request Exacerbates South Carolina Water Wars appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • To Improve Social Media Sentiment, Talk about CSR (Emotionally)
    by Jennifer Hermes on April 24, 2017 at 7:23 pm

    A company’s social media campaigns focusing on its CSR initiatives can move social media users from a neutral view into positive territory, according to a new report from IBM and the US Chamber Foundation’s Corporate Citizenship Center. Over time, companies that increased online promotion of their CSR efforts experienced improvements in how ... Read more » The post To Improve Social Media Sentiment, Talk about CSR (Emotionally) appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]