MCPc Inc., one of the country’s leading asset management companies providing sustainable technology services, including recycling and refurbishment in their Cleveland, Ohio and Grand Rapids, Michigan facilities, have achieved the coveted e-Stewards Certification.
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The electronics waste recycler and information technology asset disposition (ITAD) firm of ecoTech Management, Inc., a division of Crestwood Metal Corporation, with headquarters in Holbrook, New York, has completed its rigorous certification and is now fully registered as an e-Stewards® Certified Processor.
The e-Stewards® Electronics Recycling Certification program today announced the Certified e-Stewards Processors that have, since the beginning of the year, successfully passed their randomized and wholly unannounced inspections. They also announced those companies from 2019 that successfully had their downstream due-diligence tested, using GPS tracking.
Financial institution Morgan Stanley recently told customers an ITAD vendor’s mistakes may have left personal information susceptible to misuse. Multiple clients have filed suit against the investment firm.
Morgan Stanley on July 10 wrote to clients disclosing “potential data security incidents” related to their personal information. The incidents occurred during multiple ITAD processes over the past four years, according to the letter.
Samsung is deploying 40 GPS trackers a year to follow the downstream movement of scrap electronics. Processors, including Kuusakoski, have used the devices to track the movement of recovered commodities. The Basel Action Network estimates that since the EarthEye program started over a dozen customers have used the trackers. | Aunging/Shutterstock.
Seattle, WA, USA. 26 February 2020. The e-Stewards® Certification Program launched the 4th Version of its Ethical Electronics Recycling and Refurbishment Standard this week. The new, more streamlined version of the Standard has been under development by a special drafting committee since the summer of 2018. In the last few months it underwent two lengthy open stakeholder comment periods which ended a month ago according to schedule.
Cork, Ireland. January 28, 2020. Wisetek, a leading global Information technology asset disposition (ITAD), reuse and manufacturing service, and e-Stewards® have reached an agreement to extend their American e-Stewards Certifications to all of Wisetek’s facilities worldwide within two years. The four additional facilities to be added in that time frame will be in Cork, Ireland; Dublin, Ireland; Reading, UK; and Amphur Sriracha, Thailand.
Electronics repair stakeholders clashed over right-to-repair legislation in Washington state this week, as a number of state legislatures begin taking up similar bills. In Olympia, Wash., right-to-repair proponents and opponents testified during a Jan. 21 hearing in front of the Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee. | jfergusonphotos/Shutterstock
Today, e-Stewards® announced the 2020 class of e-Stewards Certified Recyclers participating in their new ADVANCE+ program. ADVANCE+ is a workforce development program created to employ people with autism and other disabilities. It is being piloted under the expert management of the James Emmett and Company, a consultancy at the forefront of fostering employment for under-employed disabled individuals. The ADVANCE+ program is designed to help e-Stewards solve critical business labor problems while helping their communities solve a critical and growing social issue.