Renee St. Denis, vice president of Sims Recycling Solutions, and Patricia Whiting, senior international policy analyst from Sims Recycling Solutions’ original equipment manufacturer (OEM) compliance team, attended the Ninth meeting
Sims Recycling Solutions provides a featured interview of a customer, partner or colleague within the field of recycling. These interviews provide an opportunity to learn about the different aspects of
Larry King, legislative analyst with Sims Recycling Solutions, recently attended two meetings hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to talk with stakeholders about issues surrounding the management of
Larry King, a legislative analyst on Sims Recycling Solutions’ OEM Compliance team, was an invited speaker at the 4th annual International E-Waste Management Network (IEMN) meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam in
Do you remember the 60 minutes segment that aired in 2008 regarding the “Electronic Wasteland”? The investigation demonstrated the volume of first-world obsolete electronics being shipped to third-world countries for
At the end of 2013, the Doe Run primary lead smelting facility in Herculaneum, Missouri ceased operations, closing the doors on the last primary lead smelter in the United States.
Around the world today, the problems of metal theft are very real, very expensive and growing at a frightening pace. High prices for scrap metals such as copper, aluminum and
The California Department of Toxic Substances Control issued emergency regulations in October that permit electronics recyclers to send CRT glass to appropriate landfills for disposal. If processors are unable to
With the sharp marketplace decline of Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs), an entire industry of leaded glass-to-glass recycling has collapsed, leaving behind a growing environmental challenge for recyclers and society as
Sims Recycling Solutions’ Senior Policy Analyst Shares Recycler’s Real-World Perspective with Basel Convention’s Technical Expert Group
The discovery that developed countries were shipping their toxic waste to Africa and other developing nations for disposal in the late 1980s ignited international outrage and a demand for action.