The e-Stewards team is delighted to congratulate e-Stewards certified company Blue Star Recyclers for being selected as this year’s Social Venture of the Year. Blue Star was selected from among 60 social ventures by an expert panel of impact investors at the Colorado Impact Initiative Days in Denver that took place on March 3rd and 4th, 2016. Read more…
June 21, 2018. Seattle, WA. Basel Action Network (BAN), which has become internationally known for placing GPS units inside discarded electronics and tracking them to horrific recycling operations in Asia and Africa, is now offering an enterprise-scale version of their technology to corporations and governments of all kinds.
On February 11, 2016, e-Stewards Enterprise partner, LG Electronics USA, was recognized by the EPA with the Gold Tier Award for their significant contributions in the EPA’s 2015 Sustainable Materials Management Challenge. LG Electronics USA was also commended on their dedication to increasing consumer awareness about the importance of third-party certified recycling through nationwide education and outreach efforts.
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Samsung Electronics America, an e-Stewards Enterprise, was presented with the Champion Award for their use of sustainable materials in the Samsung Galaxy 6. This is the only mobile phone recognized by the EPA’s Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) program. Samsung is also receiving the Gold Tier Award from the SMM program for their leadership in e-waste collection.
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At Belmont Technology Remarketing, we’ve never been content to sit still. As your needs have grown for more secure and environmentally sound asset disposition, so have our capabilities.
Today, we’re taking it to the next level.
We have joined with Sipi—an independent, Chicago-based leader in precious metals and copper alloys—to become Sipi Asset Recovery.
Last week, Jim Puckett, Executive Director of Basel Action Network and Lai Yun, Founder and Executive Director of the Society of Canton Nature Conservation witnessed the recycling streets of Guiyu as ‘a ghost-town’ with all operations shuttered and only a few abandoned piles of e-waste left behind in some yards and waysides. The old chimneys, behind which hundreds of women sat cooking circuit boards in shallow woks just a few months ago, have been cut away and the holes cemented up. Large red banners hung across the roadways promising stiff fines and power being cut for any that fail to move to the industrial park.
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