This is an excellent time to decide what your priorities will be for the next year, including how long you want to hold onto electronics and how you can responsibly dispose of old or unused ones to prevent electronic waste, or e-waste, from building up in landfills.
Data Privacy Day is an event that reminds organizations and individuals alike that data protection is a crucial and ongoing effort. Data Privacy Day is celebrated on January 28 every year to honor the introduction of the first binding international treaty, Convention 108, that protected individuals against intrusive data collection and the processing of personal data.
Recycling can sometimes be complicated. We’ve all been in a situation where we aren’t quite exactly sure what to do with batteries that no longer hold a charge. No one wants to actively increase their carbon footprint. That’s why Arrow Scrap is here to help with a handy list of what can and cannot be recycled!
Throwing a community recycling collection day is a great way to encourage those around you to reduce the amount of salvageable scrap that gets thrown into landfills–especially when it comes to clunky pieces of technology that take effort to dispose of properly.
You can make your community feel good about retiring old IT equipment–as well as make it easy for them–by partnering with Arrow to throw an E-waste recycling event.