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Itronics Inc., a diversified zinc fertilizer and silver producing green technology company, has started silver bullion production using e-scrap (ground up computer circuit boards) as a “cost reducing” precious metal bearing raw material.

To improve viewing pleasure, companies have developed television and tablet screens that include quantum dots to enhance brightness and color. Some quantum dots are made with potentially harmful metals, which could leach into the environment when the device is discarded.

Mineworx Technologies Ltd., formerly Iberian Minerals Ltd. disclosed the joint collaboration with EnviroLeach Technologies Inc. for the construction of an environmentally friendly, modular e-waste processing plant/facility.

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E-waste is a growing issue in the U.S. As the volume of electronics and cordless devices increases, so does the amount of e-waste.

The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) disclosed a new program that offers a safe and secure option for unwanted computer equipment with a strong focus on giving back to the community through technology donations.

The Green Electronics Council, managers of the EPEAT ecolabel, recently honored the State Electronics Challenge – a program of the Northeast Recycling Council – with its 2017 Sustainable Purchasing Visionary Award.