Most people know that used electronics—just like paper, plastic, metal and glass—require recycling.
What may not be as well known is the notion that simply recycling electronic waste is not enough to be truly green. Two entities have launched in the past few years to set higher standards for e-waste recycling companies.
“Many so-called recyclers don’t really recycle as much as they export,” says Jim Puckett, executive dir
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