Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI) recently acquired the E-Reuse Conference (ERC), a long-standing event in the electronics repair industry. The event has been renamed the Electronics Sustainability Summit to reflect a broader focus on sustainability in device management. SERI, known for administering the R2 certification standard, sees this acquisition as a strategic addition to its […]
Check out this interview with our very own Christopher Regis and Peggy Lapoint on The Talking Trash Podcast. Learn more about how to safely recycle your electronics and the resources available to you in the Portland and Seattle areas.
Championing Electronics Sustainability At this time of year, I like to reflect on the past 12 months, thinking about our learnings and our accomplishments. One of my biggest takeaways is that our team at SERI is extremely ambitious and deeply passionate about our mission of achieving electronics sustainability. This is evident in all the hard
The newsletter this month is a brief summary, interpretation of a Senate hearing where electronics recycling advocates emphasized the need for federal support to address challenges in recycling and reusing electronic waste. I have outlined the key points and included my thoughts. The in Challenges in Recycling: Issues such as limited access, recycling education, and
We are proud to announce our partnership with Close the Loop Program, SOLARCYCLE, EDPR NA, and other industry leaders in the wind, solar, and storage sectors
Our Close the Loop Program launched yesterday and we are eager to be part of the positive impact this program will bring to the NorthAmerican renewable energy market! ♻⚡ In addition to working with SOLARCYCLE, EDPRNA will also be collaborating across the solar, wind, and energy storage sectors with several recycling leaders including Alamo Environmental,
https://sustainableelectronics.org/The challenge of making electronics sustainable isn’t just “an American thing,” or a “European issue.” With the globalization of electronics, it’s a challenge for nearly every country in every part of the world. This is especially true when you take a whole-lifecycle approach to sustainability like SERI does. That means ensuring everyone everywhere has access
11/4/2023 Portland Downtown Neighborhood association collection event and swap Green Century is very excited to partner with PDNA to host an event at Green Century facility. The event will include the collection of electronic devices free of charge along with Universal Waste for a fee. In addition, PDNA will be conducting a linen and household
In a rapidly evolving digital age, electronics have become an integral part of our lives. However, with technological advancements come the challenges of electronic waste (e-waste) management. Enter Green Century Electronics Recycling Limited Liability Company, a pioneer in sustainable e-waste solutions.R2v3 and ISO certified, In this article, we once again delve
the average user, Me maybe you(?) doesn’t think frequently that it takes approximately 3000 gallons of water to manufacture the cell phone we use daily and the end results contains silver, copper, arsenic, antimony and more. We do probably all realize how often we are replacing our phones, wether that is due to breakage or
Talking Trash: Green Tips Podcast, Episode 25 featuring Christopher Regis / Green Century Electronics
Check out this interview with our very own Christopher Regis and Peggy Lapoint on The Talking Trash: Green Tips Podcast Episode 25. Learn more about how to safely recycle your electronics and the resources available to you in the Portland and Seattle areas.
The Ultimate Guide to Cell Phone Recycling Whoop! The newest model of your phone just came out, and you are ready for an upgrade! Having the latest and greatest phone is fun and functional for many people globally. Unfortunately, that leaves you with an old cell phone. Rather than stuff it in a drawer or