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May 16, 2017

Copper Price Increases, Increased Value in E-Waste Recycling

In recent years, Copper prices have been soaring due to ever-increasing demand from manufacturers. Copper stands out among the hottest commodities in recent times as prices of the base metal surges as demand from leading manufacturers’ increases. This is attributed to optimism over robust demand from different countries on expectation of increased infrastructure spending over the coming years.…

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Environmental Impact of E-Waste Recycling and The Challenges Involved

Over the past decade, there have been rapid technological advancements and growth in the electronics industry. This has led to a continuous stream of new products resulting to a decline in the life span of electronics. This growth in electronic manufacture has also led to an increase in e-waste which is hazardous since when electronics end up in…

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Study Finds Devices Are Not Wiped Properly

People hang on to old electronics for privacy reasons and fear of data theft in case their devices are not wiped properly. To prevent anyone from accessing your data in future, you have to make sure it is permanently deleted. As an average person, you might not know how to erase all data on your hard drive or…

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HIPAA Certification: Non-Compliance Repercussions are Costly

Have you ever called a healthcare facility trying to get information on a patient and got stonewalled? Most Covered Entities (CEs) and Business Associates (BAs) have to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and get HIPAA Certification. For that reason, they will not openly disclose information on patients without express permission. HIPAA…

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Press Delete, or Destroy? New Data Suggests The Latter

In the world of digital information, there is new evidence that suggests that the simple press of the DELETE button erases far less than is commonly thought. For example, 35% of surveyed second-hand computers typically contain leftover emails, call logs, texts, and photos. And that’s on a staggering 75% of the hard drives and 57% of mobile devices that had…

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10 Ways Walmart is Making a Difference

Last week, Walmart released its 2012 Global Responsibility Report. The 2012 report covers sustainability issues for the retail chain during the fiscal year 2011, i.e., February 1, 2011 through January 30, 2012. According to Walmart, here are the top 10 highlights from the list: Reduced waste by 80 percent by keeping 80.9 percent of all waste generated by…

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All Green in Recycling Today

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 do, and our plans for expansion. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Arman Sadeghi, founder and CEO of All Green Electronics Recycling, Tustin, Calif., has a background in…

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Reconstruction Warehouse on NBC News

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 http://www.recowarehouse.com/.

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All Green Featured on KTLA News

All Green CEO Arman Sadeghi and several employees were featured on the KTLA morning news today. Check out the link to the video here.

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TED Talk on Electronics Recycling with All Green CEO Arman Sadeghi

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 can do to help. What are your thoughts on this video?

Young Americans Shift Away from Car Culture

Data from the new U.S. PIRG report supports the common observation that young Americans prefer to drive less, walk and bike more, and take public transit more frequently than older people. According to the report: “From 2001 to 2009, the annual number of vehicle miles traveled by young people (16 to 34-year-olds) decreased from 10,300 miles to 7,900…

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Partner Spotlight: Mission Viejo Library

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 Library, located at 100 Civic Center in the city of Mission Viejo. The City of Mission Viejo has been a long time supporter of recycling efforts. Most recently,…

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