By Greentec
on September 29, 2022
Let’s rewind the clocks to a simpler time. The year was 1995 and a NAID certification was unheard of. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum opens in Cleveland, Ohio by renowned architect I. M. Pei. ...
By Greentec
on July 11, 2022
Why E Waste Recyling is Our Future In a world where almost everyone owns an electronic gadget, the amount of e-waste produced continues to increase. In 2021, the volume of e-waste generated worldwide ...
By Tony Perrotta
on May 04, 2022
By following this process, secure e waste is obtainable before it hits the bin Looking to securely recycle your electronics without compromising any data?  Below we share the step-by-step process of ...
By Greentec
on March 28, 2022
Urban mining is the practice of extracting valuable metals and materials from electronic waste. This seems pretty straightforward. In fact, if you’ve been following our blog at all or have done any ...
By Greentec
on December 08, 2021
Everyone wants to know — what ACTUALLY happens to E-waste when it is recycled? Shred Nations sat down with Greentec's CEO and President, Tony Perrotta, to gain some further insight on how e-waste is ...
By Tony Perrotta
on October 25, 2021
CAMBRIDGE, ON | OCTOBER 19, 2021 — Working in communities across Canada to reduce the amount of electronic devices that end up in recycling bins each and every year, Greentec has partnered with ...
By Tony Perrotta
on February 12, 2019
We’ve heard it before. Out with the old, in with the new. Or what about the expression, there’s nothing more certain than death and taxes? These days, you can also add used and obsolete electronics ...
By Tony Perrotta
on December 18, 2018
Approximately 90% of the data in the world today was created in the last two years! With such a staggering amount of data in our world it’s important now more than ever to make sure that your ...
By Tony Perrotta
on November 12, 2018
The e-waste recycling industry is an ever-evolving one, resulting in constant change and growth. Change can be beneficial, but particular market changes can also alter the cost of doing business — ...
By Tony Perrotta
on October 31, 2018
The Right to Repair movement, led by American group repair.org , aims to protect consumers by allowing access to manuals, information, and tools necessary to repair their purchased items to extend ...