Electronics for consumers are being treated like disposable items more and more every day. One major factor causing this trend is that companies are endlessly marketing new technologies to us,..
Electronic waste is growing in size every year. E-waste, otherwise known as electronic waste is a term to describe any unwanted electronic or electrical devices. These include office equipment, television..
When it comes to the recycling process of our electronic waste, not all electronics are processed in exactly the same way. CRT televisions and monitors are processed differently from LCD..
It’s a well-known fact that recycling is important for our environment. There are a lot of people around the world who participate in the recycling of materials like plastics, paper,..
Do you know the proper way to recycle your electronics? There are a lot of people out there who do not, and the amount of electronics waste (aka e-waste) is..
Our electronic devices can be a highly useful and truly beneficial part of our everyday lives. We use them to connect with each other, locate information, provide us with directions..
Perhaps you were watching the latest news story about identity theft, glanced over at your pile of sensitive paperwork, and asked yourself where can I shred documents? Indeed securing your..
This guide sets out to give you the answer to this question. Electronic waste, or e-waste can describe any type of unwanted electrical or electronic device. Even used products that..
E-waste is short for the term electronic waste, a word to to describe any used piece of electronic equipment that we no longer need. Ewaste becomes a health hazard when..
This is a guide on how to recycle electronics. It is important not to simply throw away your electronics. Not only is recycling electronics good for the enviornment, but when..
Have you ever wondered where your recycled e-waste ends up? If you are an environmentally responsible electronics recycler, you may or may not already know the answer to this question...
When it comes to recycling, electronic waste is actually the most rapidly growing stream of waste all over the globe. We know that we should recycle our electronics, but exactly..
These days technology is evolving faster than ever before and newer, improved, and updated electronic devices are being introduced to electronics consumers on a regular basis. While this is all..
More and more efforts are being made to lessen the amount of electronic waste all over the globe. The issues surrounding electronic waste are increasing as the amount of e-waste..
There are over one thousand toxic materials found in common electronics. These range from solvents and flame retardants to other dangerous chemicals. These toxic materials can be found in anything..
Tackling the Issue of E-Waste in the UAE The United Arab Emirates is tackling one of the problems of our modern technologically advanced society head on – the disposal of..
Doesn’t it seem that electronics now rapidly become obsolete when compared to their older counterparts? A generation ago one might expect a major electronic appliance to last for many years,..
The first electronic recycling collection event was held at the Monroe County Ecopark after the newly-introduced New York electronic recycling laws came into effect from January 2015. The organizing authorities..
There have been some doubts in the minds of the Illinois people regarding scaling down of the electronics recycling program across the state. In a related incident, Will County had..
The management of electronic waste is an important industry that is expected to grow considerably over the next decade. Recycling electronic devices recovers many of the valuable components within them,..
It’s estimated that 135 million phones are discarded every year in this country. Only about 11% are currently recycled. Currently some recycled phones may be resold, others may be disassembled..
Photo Credit: Recycling Today All Green Electronics Recycling CEO Arman Sadeghi was featured once again in Recycling Today. The article talks about how the company came to be, what we..
One of our partners, Reconstruction Warehouse, was featured on NBC News. Check out the video below: View more videos at: http://nbcsandiego.com. Make sure you check out Reconstruction Warehouse’s website at..
Do you know why it’s so important to recycle your old electronics? In his TED Talk, All Green CEO Arman Sadeghi talks about the rapidly-growing e-waste problem and what you..
The Mission Viejo Library is now a cell phone recycling collection site. The collection bin, sponsored by All Green Electronics Recycling, is located in the lobby of the Mission Viejo..
Colorado will soon be one of the U.S. states to ban e-waste dumping in the state’s landfills—we hope! The legislation for this bill was passed in the Senate and the..
A law went into effect on January 1st that prohibits private and public waste haulers and transporters in New York from collecting electronic waste unless it is destined to be..
We’re excited to announce that All Green Electronics Recycling was featured on an ABC News segment yesterday. CEO Arman Sadeghi talks about the importance of electronics recycling and data destruction...
All Green Electronics Recycling is proud to be featured in LA’s Afternoon News KFWB Newstalk 980am. In the interview, CEO Arman Sadeghi spoke with Maggie McKay, anchor of the program...
In an attempt to keep electronics out of landfills, the state of Illinois is expanding its electronics recycling law to include more items, increase recycling goals for state manufacturers, and..
All Green is proud to be featured in the Orange County Business Journal! The article talked about our company and our plans for expansion. Here’s an excerpt: Credit: Orange County..
Santa Clara County recently passed a law that will require all e-waste produced in the region to be recycled by an certified recycler. This will be the first area in..
North Carolina passed a law to ban printers, computer equipment, and televisions from entering landfills, according to WBTV. The law will go into effect on July 1, 2011. “By capturing..
In an effort to expand its IT Asset Disposition Services nationally, All Green Electronics Recycling, one of California’s leading providers of e-waste solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of..
When electronic waste (e-waste) is recycled irresponsibly, the consequences are devastating. Guiyu, China is just one example of this. Another example is Ghana. One of the UK’s leading waste and..
We’re excited to announce that the Orange County Register recently profiled All Green Electronics Recycling CEO Arman Sadeghi. Here’s a preview of the article: E-waste recycler puts environment first BY..
In an attempt to do something about the growing electronic waste problem, the United Nations has launched a project called Solving the E-Waste Problem (StEP). This project will work with..
Happy Earth Day! We’re excited to announce that All Green Electronics Recycling was on the KTLA Morning News today. Our CEO, Arman Sadeghi, and several All Green employees were featured..
10 Free E-Waste Recycling Events! All Green Electronics Recycling is proud to announce 10 different e-waste collection events throughout the state of California in honor of Earth Day 2011! E-waste..
TUSTIN, CA—Technology’s blistering pace is leaving a hazardous byproduct in its wake: E-Waste. All Green Electronics Recycling, a premier e-waste recycling company based in Tustin, Calif., is pleased to announce..
All Green Electronics Recycling is one of OC Metro’s Green Teams for 2011 Published: April 1, 2011 Original article can be found here. Founded: In 2009 by Arman Sadeghi Disturbing..