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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  • EPA’s Application of Toxic Substances Control Act Prompts Environmental Groups to Sue
    by Ken Silverstein on August 16, 2017 at 9:32 am

    Environmental groups are suing the EPA over its application of the Toxic Substance Control Act, saying that the methods by which the agency is prioritizing and evaluating chemicals will harm workers and families. The post EPA’s Application of Toxic Substances Control Act Prompts Environmental Groups to Sue appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Are You Running Out of Stuff? Here’s How to Tell
    by Guest Author on August 15, 2017 at 9:15 pm

    By Katie Pastor and Eliot Metzger As populations grow and emerging markets industrialize, companies are facing a serious long-term challenge: how to meet surging consumer demand while minimizing environmental damage and sustaining the planet’s natural resources. If companies stick with current resource-hungry business models, this is an impossible task. But confronting ... Read more » The post Are You Running Out of Stuff? Here’s How to Tell appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Nestle Tells Consumers to Swig, Swallow, then Replace the Cap
    by Jennifer Hermes on August 15, 2017 at 8:55 pm

    Nestle Waters NA has become the first beverage manufacturer in North America to include the How2Reycle label, created by the Sustainable Packaging Coalition, on the half-liter bottles of all its major US brands. The label, which tells drinkers to “empty and replace cap,” is meant to ensure that the caps ... Read more » The post Nestle Tells Consumers to Swig, Swallow, then Replace the Cap appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Index Names Notable Cities Reaching Sustainable Goals; California Nabs 4 of Top 10
    by Jennifer Hermes on August 15, 2017 at 11:10 am

    US cities, home to more than 62% of the domestic population, are at a critical juncture, with many experiencing dangerous levels of water scarcity and drought, food insecurity, and flooding due to sea-level rise, as well as other challenges. Now, cities have received a wake-up call – and a call ... Read more » The post Index Names Notable Cities Reaching Sustainable Goals; California Nabs 4 of Top 10 appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Stymied by Water Footprint Assessment? New Guide Can Help
    by Jennifer Hermes on August 14, 2017 at 4:53 pm

    A new handbook is available to help organizations understand how to undertake a water footprint assessment using ISO 14046. Water availability, both in terms of quantity and quality, is recognized as a key global issue by the United Nations. Businesses (both directly and indirectly through their supply chain), communities and ... Read more » The post Stymied by Water Footprint Assessment? New Guide Can Help appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]