News from Aqua Metals, Quantum Lifecycle Partners and more - E-Scrap News

2022-08-08 21:31:41 By : Ms. Cecilia Zhu

Aqua Metals developed a way to plate high-purity cobalt and produce manganese dioxide from lithium-ion battery black mass.

Appliance recycling company ARCA Recycling plans to open three recycling facilities in June and July, located in Washington state, California and New Jersey. 

ATRenew released its 2021 ESG report, finding that it reduced 464,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions through the sale of used mobile phones in 2021. 

Mobile reuse company ecoATM/Gazelle named Stan Pavlovsky as its CEO. Pavlovsky was previously CEO of Shutterstock.

Quantum Lifecycle Partners released a greenhouse gas calculator tool for customers to evaluate and report emission reductions achieved through reusing and recycling electronics through Quantum. 

Non-ferrous metal sorting technology company REDWAVE launched a versatile machine that has minimal downtime, an adaptable footprint and adjustable sorting widths. 

Re-Teck opened a facility in Etten-Leur, Netherlands, in May, its third in the region. 

TCO Certified added imaging equipmenqut as a product category, so the certification standard now covers 12 product categories and most office IT products. 

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Japanese company JX Nippon Mining and Metals has purchased one of Canada’s largest e-scrap companies, eCycle Solutions. It’s the second example in the past month of an Asian smelting giant acquiring North American e-scrap operations to ensure a steady supply of feedstock.

Sean Miles sees his marketplace platform as the glue between vendors and recyclers, a connection that could perhaps patch up a fragmented system.

Old Dominion Freight Line has settled a case with the state of California over allegations that the company failed to properly manage and dispose of hazardous waste, including e-scrap.

A survey of CEOs and chief financial officers suggested that when businesses are considering cuts amid current economic headwinds, sustainability initiatives are among the first to go.

Our readers were drawn to coverage of Korea Zinc’s acquisition of Igneo Technologies and other stories last month.

Congress directed the U.S. EPA to develop voluntary battery recycling labeling guidelines instead of mandatory regulations, but the head of an industry group believes they’ll still have a significant impact on the industry.

Canadian authorities say the percentage of households disposing of unwanted computers, printers, TVs, audio/visual equipment and cell phones continued to drop last year.

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