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E-Cycling Nortel Gear

Jeff Wiener's excellent The TelecomBlog.com contains a prescient entry discussing and a pic showing old Nortel phones going into an Avaya box. Prescient in that Avaya is awaiting word from the Canadian government whether it can complete its $915 million...

Cash For Comm Clunkers A Truly Green Solution

Kudos to companies such as Grandstream, MegaPath, and Netsuite for offering and to Rich Tehrani in his blog for raising and promoting what will turn out to be a much more effective 'cash for clunkers' campaign: turning in old legacy...

Earth Day Message: Take Meaningful Steps

The Earth is our home, folks, and there isn't exactly another piece of real estate like it in the galactic neighborhood, so let's not try to make in uninhabitable by our own hands.Here are some meaningful steps we can take:* Go...

The Next Steps In Cellphone (and Electronics) Recycling: Redesign, Refocus on Software

Cellphone recycling is beginning to take off and that's great news for the environment and ultimately for all of us.The latest such move is Recycle My Cell, a new Web-based nationwide initiative launched by Canada's wireless industry that lets users...

Cut down on E-Waste--Make Hardware Repairable

A well-timed (day after Christmas) article in Canada's Globe and Mail newspaper pointed out the obvious--that today's gadgets are meant to be disposable--but also at one part of the solution to curb the consequences i.e. e-waste  that is already in...

Oregon, Washington State "E-Cycling" Begins Jan.1

Beginning Jan.1, 2009 consumers, small businesses, and other similar-sized government entities in Oregon and Washington State will be able to recycle 'e-cycle' much of their e-waste such as computers, monitors, and TVs though not others such as cellphones, mice, and...

Getting rid of the EW! (E-Waste)

Today is garbage and recycling day in my neighborhood. As I sort out the plastics, paper, and metals from the blue bin under our kitchen sink I am reminded why producer/seller-pay e-waste recycling programs like that just announced by the...

Only 1 in 5 Recycle e-Waste Properly

The Daily Green is reporting that a scant 1 in 5 of us recycle old electronics.   Disappointing.   With many consumers upgrading to newer versions of their gear this holiday season, replacing existing gadgets such as TVs, monitors, cell...
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