Worldwide aluminum recycler Alcoa recently partnered with RecycleNation.com to debut a new kind of recycling iPhone app that is quickly winning over greenies and inspiring others to jumpstart their recycling efforts.
With the Aluminate app, now available to download for free in the Apple App Store for iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads, Alcoa has combined its wealth of aluminum recycling prowess with RecycleNation’s intuitive recycling location search into an easy-to-use recycling calculator.
LS-Nikko Copper uses resources and energy efficiently as well as recycles. Since January of 2004, LS-Nikko Copper has grown a recycling business that recovers valuable metals from other companies’ byproducts.
Management of LS-Nikko is endeavoring to further improve the environment by providing waste heat to nearby companies.
Amazon recognizes the importance of recycling electronic equipment at the end of its useful life. Teaming with ERI, Amazon is now providing free recycling bins at select drop-off locations for consumer electronics.
The bins are in locations with Amazon Lockers and returns drop-off points, so drop off your unwanted electronics during your next visit!
You trust us when it’s time to buy the latest electronics. You can also trust us to help you safely dispose of your old ones. Regardless of where you bought it, what brand it is, or how old it is: bring it to us.
We’ll make sure it’s properly and safely recycled. It’s all part of our Greener Together™ program. And we’ll take just about anything electronic, including TVs, DVD players, computer monitors, audio and video cables, cell phones, and more. Most things are recycled absolutely free, with a few restrictions.
Sony’s management approach is "getting closer to people," and its purpose is to “fill the world with emotion, through the power of creativity and technology.”
Sony recognizes its place in society and on Earth. The Sony Group Code of Conduct states, “It is the core corporate responsibility of Sony to society to pursue its corporate value enhancement through innovation and sound business practices and contribute to developing a sustainable society.”
Retail customers can easily recycle their e–waste by simply bringing their used computers, monitors, laptops, and desktop printers, faxes and all-in-ones to any U.S. Staples store.
Unlike many municipal programs, some other national retailers, and other local recyclers, recycling all eligible items at Staples is always free and convenient.
TCL takes a proactive approach to the environment. Learn how TCL is building a sustainable future to minimize its footprint on the planet its users and employees call home.
Samsung’s sustainability management aims to create integrated values. Not only does the company create economic values by maximizing profits and shareholder values, but also it takes on a stronger responsibility as a global citizen to create social values.
Verizon is continuing to strengthen its commitment to sustainability and has set a goal to be carbon neutral by 2035.This will be achieved through a combination of reducing emissions, migrating energy procurement in favor of renewable and clean energy, and through the purchase of carbon offsets.
LG's sustainability management strives to stay faithful to the values of our customers, business partners, employees, communities, and the environment.
Fry’s Electronics supports safely recycling electronic products and product materials.
Glad offers a wide range of products that make it easy to be responsible when you take out the trash. In addition to offering recycled content bags, recycling bags and composting bags, we’ve developed innovations to reduce the amount of waste that goes into our landfills.
Glad is committed to doing everything we can to create a better environment for generations to come.
Haier is dedicated to innovation and technological progress; but along with these great strides, there is a firm commitment to increasing sustainability.
Partnering with recycling programs allows Haier to safely recycle materials, dispose of electronic devices and reuse any and all pieces possible. Haier’s Research and Development teams aren’t only looking for ways to be more eco-friendly through product development, but also in product packaging and manufacturing processes.
ERI is the largest fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company in the United States. ERI is certified at the highest level by all leading environmental and data security oversight organizations to de-manufacture, recycle, and refurbish every type of electronic device in an environmentally responsible manner.
ERI has the capacity to process more than a billion pounds of electronic waste annually at its eight certified locations, serving every zip code in the United States. ERI also offers a unique, contactless home and business electronics recycling box program. ERI’s mission is to protect organizations, people and the environment.
NAID focuses on secure data destruction and advocates for a standard of best practices across governments and by service providers as well as product, equipment, and service suppliers globally.
CES is the biggest gathering of consumer electronics-related companies in the world. Learn how technology companies are working to improve energy efficiency, responsible recycling and sustainable materials management.
Environmental Entrepreneurs is a national, nonpartisan business group advocating for policies that are good for the economy and good for the environment.
Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Inc. (HIMSS) is a global advisor and thought leader supporting the transformation of the health ecosystem through information and technology.
As a mission-driven non-profit, HIMSS offers a unique depth and breadth of expertise in health innovation, public policy, workforce development, research and analytics to advise global leaders, stakeholders and influencers on best practices in health information and technology.
Global, vendor neutral, member-based training organization dedicated to meeting the needs of the IT Asset Management (ITAM) community.
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI) provides education, advocacy, and compliance training while promoting public awareness of the role recycling plays in the U.S. economy, global trade, the environment and sustainable development.
Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI)’s core focus is administering and continually improving the R2 Standard, the premier global environmental, worker health and safety standard for the electronics refurbishing and recycling industry.
The Reverse Logistics Association is a members' driven, global trade association for the returns and reverse industry, offering information, research, solutions and services for Manufacturers, Branded, and Retail companies from Third Party Providers.
RLA’s goals are to educate and inform Reverse Logistics professionals around the world and be the voice of the reverse industry.
Basel Action Network
BAN is the world’s only organization focused on confronting the global environmental injustice and economic inefficiency of toxic trade (toxic wastes, products and technologies) and its devastating impacts.
Working at the nexus of human rights and environment, they confront the issues of environmental justice at a macro level, preventing disproportionate and unsustainable dumping of the world’s toxic waste and pollution on our global village’s poorest residents.
At the same time they actively promote the sustainable and just solutions to our consumption and waste crises — banning waste trade, while promoting green, toxic free and democratic design of consumer products.
International Green Industry Hall of Fame
The mission of the International Green Industry Hall of Fame is to recognize those pioneers, leaders, innovators, creators and visionaries who have made significant contributions to the green industry.
Additionally, we are committed to preserving the rich history of these great people and organizations by constructing a virtual hall of fame free to the general public.
AMP Robotics' goal is to reduce waste by changing the economics of recycling and making it more sustainable.
We’re accomplishing this with breakthrough technology that automates the identification, sorting, and processing of complex waste streams to extract maximum value for our customers
iFixit is a global community of people helping each other repair things. Let's fix the world, one device at a time.
Visit the official Earth Day site to learn about the world's largest environmental movement and what you can do to make every day Earth Day.
Earthgarage is the place to learn how to make your car greener and save money. We’ve come up with a number of products and resources to help you improve fuel economy, save on typical car repairs and even use your car less.
ecycleNYC is a free and convenient electronic waste collection for residential buildings of 10 or more units. New York City’s DSNY provides this service in conjunction with ERI.
Environmental Media Association
The Environmental Media Association (EMA), a nonprofit 501(c)3, is a diverse subsection of entertainment industry influencers, entrepreneurs in business, and green icons dedicated to the mission of promoting environmental progress.
EMA serves as a valuable link between the world of media and the environmental community, working tirelessly to bring the planet’s most pressing issues to the forefront and make true change by inspiring millions of people across the globe to live sustainable lifestyles and to use their voice to help our planet.
Community Recycling is a for-profit recycling company that offers an array of innovative and engaging programs for consumers to recycle clothing and accessories, each focused on reuse. We are dedicated not only to landfill diversion of usable items, but also to our mission of “People Recycling for People.”
Through the simple act of recycling, Community Recycling strives to connect people, communities and cultures around the world with an engaging, rewarding and measurable recycling and sustainability experience.
Companies for Zero Waste
Companies for Zero Waste catalyzes a greater pace of innovation by connecting leaders in sustainability, investors, and the government to advance the movement towards zero waste goals without sacrificing profitability.
Film Biz Recycling
Film Biz Recycling (FBR) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping the entertainment industry address the triple bottom line: profit, people and planet. We encourage every production to think about the wrap during prep and shoot, consider the impact of on and off-screen activities and donate every unwanted, useful and re-useable item to Film Biz Recycling or another re-use organization.
FBR also aims to research and introduce new ideas and methods for filmmaking by doing the research, making the contacts and disseminating the information to the community. Moreover, we aim to get everyone involved in a project to think and to act in a way that teaches the next generation and establishes new industry standards.
Teen Tech Centers - Best Buy
Best Buy, together with its partners, such as ERI and the Brooklyn Public Library, is committed to preparing teens from disinvested communities for jobs of the future. The hope is that one day, every young person will have the technology, training and mentorship they need to succeed.
Ryan Hickman's goal is to recycle as much as possible and clean up the planet.
He started this company when he was 3 and now, at the ripe old age of 10, has been responsible for the recycling of almost a million cans and bottles.
Impact Podcast with John Shegerian
Conversations on Impact cover current topics, advice, information and solutions straight from the greatest innovators, disruptors and experts.
The show regularly provides opportunities for listeners to hear first-hand accounts of how some of today's greatest thought leaders got their start and how they are able to make the world a better place on a daily basis.
The quarterly print edition of E-Scrap News magazine is the premier trade journal for electronics recycling and refurbishment experts.
It offers updates on the latest equipment and technology, details trends in electronics recycling legislation, highlights the work of innovative processors, and covers all the other critical industry news.
Since 1963, Recycling Today Media Group has been committed to meeting the needs of its readers by providing the most relevant and current business information to effectively manage their companies and meeting the needs of industry suppliers (its advertising customers) by ensuring they receive maximum exposure to the thriving recycling industry.
The goal of GenGreen is to be the most comprehensive and diverse resource available for people looking to live a locally-focused, environmentally conscious lifestyle.
This is accomplished through our network GenGreenLife.com where we have over 60,000 listings to help you live your green life.
Staying informed and making smart choices is critical during this time of environmental change and opportunity; you’ll find that Treehugger’s nearly 20-year-strong library of sustainability content gives you the confidence to purchase a better dishwasher, build a green beauty routine, or simply learn more about the world around you.
Yellow Pages Association
For more than a decade, the Yellow Pages industry has taken proactive measures to decrease our carbon footprint.
We’re constantly working to transform and innovate our business so that we can continue supporting local businesses and consumers in the most environmentally friendly way.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? believes that together we can make a difference for future generations by focusing on responsible environmental practices today. The company is committed to improving our environmental performance by measuring the amount of junk collected and reporting where it goes.
1-800-GOT-JUNK? is a community partner dedicated to responsible junk removal. 1-800-GOT-JUNK? believes what we do today affects all of our tomorrows.
Company corporate obligations include any aspects of business that impact society, the environment and people — customers, franchise partners and employees.