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Scary Facts About E-Waste (Infographic)

Scary Facts About E-Waste (Infographic)

Halloween may be the only day of the year where people enjoy being scared and spooked. From haunted houses to scary movies, we all love a good fright to go with our bowl-fulls of candy. However, fiction can never quite master the scares delivered by shear reality, and this particular reality is quite terrifying. ThisRead more

Happy 4th of July from IT Liquidators!

Happy 4th of July from IT Liquidators!

Share the Love: Reusing IT Equipment to Help Others

Share the Love: Reusing IT Equipment to Help Others

You might not realize it, but your company’s old IT equipment gives you a unique corporate opportunity. With a typical disposition policy, the old electronics would be disposed or recycled. But your company’s excess IT equipment gives you the chance to share a little love with others. Rather than disposing or even recycling unwanted technology,Read more

Playing Hide and Seek with Your IT Equipment

Playing Hide and Seek with Your IT Equipment

Every IT department has surplus equipment. Corporate technology must be kept up-to-date, so IT equipment must be regularly upgraded or replaced with newer, more efficient systems. The IT department keeps tabs on when and how each item is deployed, but in this process, certain pieces of IT equipment have the habit of getting lost. WhyRead more

“Useful Life” – A key part of corporate stewardship

“Useful Life” – A key part of corporate stewardship

“Corporate stewardship” is a popular buzz word in business settings. What company doesn’t want to be thought of as a corporate steward? The idea of corporate stewardship can be applied to many different company policies, including the use and disposal of technology. The key to being a corporate steward with your company’s technology is understandingRead more

Honoring the veterans in our lives

Honoring the veterans in our lives

    “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” – John F. Kennedy This coming Monday is Veterans Day. It’s a day set aside to express our gratitude as a nation for the sacrifices of our servicemen and women.Read more

A local “recycler’s” illegal e-waste exportation

A local “recycler’s” illegal e-waste exportation

Not long ago, we wrote about the scary news of a Denver recycler who abandoned hundreds of tons of e-waste. Another story has come to light of an unethical recycler, this time running an illegal e-waste exportation scheme from the heart of Colorado. The news: recyclers sentenced and fined for illegal e-waste exportation Executive Recycling hasRead more

Six Reasons to Resell before Recycling

Six Reasons to Resell before Recycling

“Recycling is often thought of as the easiest and greenest option for managing end of life IT assets. However, there is a new, better method for managing your end of life IT assets: reselling before recycling. Just as you would resell an old automobile before you would send it to be scrapped, reselling your oldRead more

Spooky News – Denver’s e-Waste Nightmare

Spooky News – Denver’s e-Waste Nightmare

Halloween is a great time of year to trade scary stories for a little bit of spooky fun, but some stories are scary for very real reasons. In late August, an e-waste nightmare was discovered in Denver. A local recycling company abandoned 750 tons of hazardous, electronic waste when it suddenly shut down operations. TheRead more

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – A green corporate strategy

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – A green corporate strategy

You’re probably familiar with this mantra. It’s an easy way to remember the steps you can take to be more environmentally friendly. These three steps can apply to just about any area of life, including our area of expertise – corporate technology. Today, we’ll show you how these three steps – “reduce, reuse, recycle” –Read more

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