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Globally, e-waste is steadily growing. The growth is partially due to the fast pace of innovation. As technology changes, companies must adapt to stay competitive and safeguard their networks. For example, Microsoft ended support for Windows 7 earlier this year, pushing many IT professionals also to update their infrastructure. These refreshes leave organizations with excess equipment that they need to discard. According to the Global E-waste Monitor 2017 report, e-waste will grow to 52.2 metric tons by 2021. The report was a collaborative effort by United Nations University, the International […]

Brexit May Deeply Affect the Environment The United Kingdom exiting from the European Union has created a huge snowball effect. Brexit has lead to uncertainty for many businesses in the UK and abroad. Not only does exit affect the economy but the environment as well. As a member of the EU, Britain was expected to follow the Circular Economy Package (CEP). The policy consisted of six bills on waste, packaging, landfill, end of life vehicles, batteries, and accumulators, and waste electronic equipment. Overall the CEP EU was created to encourage […]