From custom apps to independent advice and reviews of your eWaste processes
Limit exports of ewaste to developing countries
Optimize ewaste dismantling facilities
Enhance the management of electronics throughout the product lifecycle
Track global flows of e-waste
Meet the difficult requests raised by your customers around eWaste
Embolden your Procurement professionals to create RFPs and RFQs
Convince your Business Units to adopt and seamlessly integrate new eWaste processes
US landfills hold 70 million computers.
eWaste is hazardous material. Roughly 10% of eWaste is recycled. The majority goes to landfill. Toxic chemicals from landfilled eWaste seep into the land, water and air. Specialty waste bins for electronic waste can greatly increase the recycling rate and reduce your reliance on landfill. US landfills hold 70 million computers.
Do you know how your lower tier suppliers treat to used electronics once they collect it?
We work with you to collect worldwide ewaste statistics in an internationally standardised way. We design, develop and implement a wide range of customized solutions that adapt to your company’s evolving needs
Are you confident your (certified) suppliers are not complicit in sending eWaste abroad?
The Basel Convention (UN, 1989) regulates the export of hazardous material. Countries must give consent before being sent waste, and to dispose of eWaste in an eco-friendly way. The US has yet to ratify the treaty.
Unqualified laborers in developing countries can poison their towns, develop cancer, and damage their nervous systems while dismantling the eWaste.
eWaste Audits can help you identify bad actors.
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We can assess your needs and goals to determine the products and services you require.
We offer a range of implementation options. Run pilots, sign up for free trials, or integrate our tools in to your business processes.
Work with MobiCycle Marketing to publicize your achievements and MobiNews to keep up to date on the latest ewaste news. Increase awareness about the progress made in electronics recycling.
Get help with managing your financial and brand exposure. Innovative solutions can identify and control safety and health hazards.
Electronics contain over 1,000 chemicals considered hazardous to human health.
Chemicals that are inhaled, absorbed through the skin, or ingested can result in premature births, congenital malformations, abnormal thyroid function, decreased lung function and neurobehavioral disturbances.
More eWaste audits
are needed to ensure compliance with environmental, health and safety regulations.
How do you select a reputable vendor to process your eWaste responsibly, given that eWaste represents just 2 to 3% of the U.S. municipal solid waste stream but 70% of the toxic waste stream?
Electronics recycler certification programs such as the EPA's RCRA, R2 certification, e-Stewards Initiative and
ISO 14001 identify downstream processors but standards can be undermined.
Digital processes that use machine learning can streamline the assessment of eWaste recycling procedures.
40% of the e-waste supposedly recycled in the U.S. was actually exported.
Just 25 states and DC have eWaste recycling laws in the US.
We encourage downstream management, increased public disclosure, and promote eWaste tracking beyond third-party certification.
In 2019, the world discarded an estimated 53.6 million tonnes of eWaste, a volume expected to double in the next 15 years. Let's work together.