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Canadian households have $6 billion worth of dead cell phones lying around

Canadian households have 60 million idle phones lying around, leaving a whopping C$6 billion in untapped money, an April 2022 study by Pollfish and...

E-waste and digital transformation: what’s in it for us?

Have you ever decided to buy a computer or a smart phone based on the recycling policy of its manufacturer? E-waste is generated by both enterprises and individuals, and as we lay hands on more electronics, e-waste is set to grow. Personal behaviours and beliefs can shape demand and markets, and our personal digital transformation must include fighting e-waste.

Everything’s gone green – a conversation with Ann Rosenberg, SVP of Sustainability at Wood

An interview in advance of the Everything’s Gone Green roundtable, to find out more about how science fiction thinking can help address the greatest challenges of our time.

Combating e-waste and the growing digital divide | An interview with the founder of Electronic Recycling Association

With new devices imploring hapless consumers to buy them every couple of months, can anyone be blamed for finding themselves in a pile of out-dated and unused technology?

Making a mark with sustainable business practices

When it comes to attracting and retaining top talent, businesses can often miss the mark – focusing on added perks like ping-pong tables and...

Hashtag Trending – Tech recycling on Earth Day; Google’s new chat for Android; Netflix may buy movie theatres

Sunday was Earth Day so remember to recycle your old phones, Google has revealed a new chat feature that looks similar to iMessage, and Netflix may be in the market to buy a movie theatre or two.

The modern milk man goes technical to solve recycling woes

A new industry-government partnership in New Brunswick is trying to make easier for residents to recycle plastic milk containers and keep them out of landfills.

Africa should force manufacturers to tackle e-waste

Tech experts say Africa must enact e-waste laws that will compel electronic equipment manufacturers to pay for end-of-life disposal

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