Over the last years, we have seen many groups promoting sustainable practices, and it is great to see how people take all those environmental issues seriously, but what about big names in the industry? The role of those big tech companies is more significant because of their high production rates. Since pollution problems are increasing, many companies have been placing their efforts on reducing the environmental impact caused by manufacturing processes.
Author: Melannie Cruz
We spend extraordinary sums of money on electronics, but what happens when they no longer support our needs? If you just updated your old equipment, but you still have those monitors, printers, or TVs placed in your garage or warehouse, it will be time to start giving all these devices a second chance.
Days ago, Facebook was under a new data breach. The leaked information included numbers and emails from more than 533 million users, and it remains published in a hacking forum. Even when the company stated that this information is from a previous breach, the security experts continue reviewing the case. Even when it did not include sensitive data, the event affected both the Facebook Company and some users.
Protecting your company is a constant challenge because there are always new standards, procedures, and risks. The rising in e-waste volumes is forcing businesses to explore green processes that can bring you better living and technological conditions.
For many years, computers had been there for processing, storing, and displaying information to us. Many materials inside your computer are environmentally toxic but valuable, so all the copper, gold, etc. can be recycled. Whenever your old computer is ready for the next step, it will be essential to remember that you cannot just throw it away due to its toxic materials.