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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  • Real Estate Sector Shows Jumps in ESG Performance, North America More than Most
    by Jennifer Hermes on September 20, 2017 at 4:23 pm

    The global real estate sector has shown tangible improvements in environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance, according to the 2017 GRESB Real Estate Assessment. In 2017; in North America, reductions were higher than average. The post Real Estate Sector Shows Jumps in ESG Performance, North America More than Most appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Kirk Myers, Sr. Manager Sustainability – REI
    by Guest Author on September 20, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    "Especially for consumer facing brands, none of us can do enough 'less bad' to have a global impact at scale. We have to continue to focus on 'less bad,' but also on 'more good.' We all - especially mission based brands and organizations - need to be focused on creating..." The post Kirk Myers, Sr. Manager Sustainability – REI appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Residents Will Pay More for Sustainable Spaces, Says Survey
    by Jennifer Hermes on September 20, 2017 at 3:39 pm

    Good news for commercial building owners and real estate developers who build sustainable living spaces: a new survey from AMLI Residential indicates that a majority of residents are willing to... The post Residents Will Pay More for Sustainable Spaces, Says Survey appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • World Water Week: 2 Key Takeaways
    by Guest Author on September 19, 2017 at 4:26 pm

    A key theme in World Water Week was “un-tapping” wastewater; that is, viewing wastewater as a valued resource instead of as something to discard. Currently repurposed wastewater accounts for only 2.41% of all water use globally. With the growing gap between freshwater supply and demand, we must rethink our traditional approach to water use (freshwater in, wastewater out) and find ways... The post World Water Week: 2 Key Takeaways appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • EPA May Reconsider Rules for Disposing of Coal Ash, Used in Everyday Products
    by Ken Silverstein on September 19, 2017 at 2:18 pm

    The EPA may rewrite the rules governing the disposal for coal ash, which is used in such things a cement and drywall. The post EPA May Reconsider Rules for Disposing of Coal Ash, Used in Everyday Products appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]