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How R2 Recycling Is Championing the Cause of E-Waste Management

Recycling is one of the more popular methods to reduce our environmental impact, but it alone is not enough to substantially influence one’s carbon footprint. R2 Recycling explains how reducing and reusing, along with recycling, electronics can seriously ease your impact on the Earth and minimize the amount of waste lining landfills.

Using E-Waste Management to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

With the effects of global warming starting to creep into our everyday lives, tech users should be conscious of how their carbon footprint is impacting the planet.

R2 Recycling Explains How To Handle Old Electronics

With the coronavirus looming outside, the majority of us are spending extended periods of time in our homes cleaning and organizing.

How R2 Recycling Is Championing the Cause of E-Waste Management

E-waste, short of electronic waste, is becoming a large problem for many societies. 50 million tons of e-waste is produced globally each year.

The Top 5 Reasons To Recycle Business Electronics

In 2016, the United States accumulated 500 million tons of e-waste, and by 2021 is expected to surpass 700 million tons.

How reduce, reuse, recycle work together

Recycling is one of the more popular methods to reduce our environmental impact, but it alone is not enough to substantially influence one’s carbon footprint.

The Pillars of Responsible Recycling Standards

When it comes to computer recycling, not all e-waste management companies are created equally.

Controlling Your Proprietary Data When Discarding Computer or Electronic Devices. Leading Firm R2 Recycling Offers Best Practices and Recommendations.

Many people may believe that simply discarding a computer or electronic device is safe. However, when companies fail to make sure that their devices are being properly recycled, they may lose control of their proprietary data.

Why Computer Recycling is a Must for All Businesses

In the business landscape, there are plenty of best practices, marketplace-leading strategies, and recommended methodologies.

How Big Business Reduces E-Waste

With the growing issue of electronic waste, many businesses are now implementing proper recycling protocols in an attempt to move towards sustainability.

What Should I Do with the Growing E-Waste Clogging Up My Home?

While it certainly did not start the work-from-home trend, the coronavirus pandemic has doubtlessly accelerated it.

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