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DLL provides financing for immediate retrofit/upgrade project opportunities for lighting.
Circular Clockworks produces watches made from recycled materials.
Coolrec is a leader in the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment into high-quality recovered plastics, metals and other secondary raw material - from display screens to fridges and
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Fairphone and Teqcycle partnered to develop a new recycling program, which creates a special platform for handling used mobile phones.
In France Veolia has teamed up with a small appliance manufacturer, Groupe SEB, and waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) firm, Eco-systèmes, in what was claimed to be Frances first comp
"The Computer Reconditioning Centre (CRC) is an integral element of the city of Belo Horizonte’s digital inclusion, skills development and waste reduction efforts.
Bundles provides subscription services for washing machines, dryers, and dishwashers.
Professor Alan Dalton and his team have developed a new way to make smartphone touch screens that are cheaper, less brittle, and more environmentally friendly. The breakthrough from physicists at t
ARMOR is a leading European group in compatible cartridges for Laser, Inkjet, and Impact printers and faxes.
The Alternative Print program by ARMOR Office Printing focuses on: Eco-Design, Materials Reclamation, Committed Collection, Responsible Production, Human Development, and Societal Involvement. Each
Binee is a service for the collection of electrical appliances.
The Fairphone 2 is the first modular phone on the market. The company offers a webshop where customers can order spare parts.
Rainforest Connection is an organisation that aims to stop illegal logging and poaching.
Miele appliances include many features that distinguish them as sustainable products.
Puma, the sportswear brand, has teamed up with Sagem to create a bespoke mobile phone that can be recharged by the sun. The Puma phone has a 2.8in touch-screen,
Hewlett Packard has a closed-loop program for ink cartridges. Recycled plastic from old ink cartridges is mixed with plastic recycled from PET bottles to make new ink cartridges. For the past 11 ye
Recover-E offers a track and trace system that provides an overview of ICT equipment and its component parts at every stage of the chain from initial purchase to end-of-life. Customers can access t
BLOCKS is a modular music making system that allows musicians to connect multiple blocks together to customize their own instrument.
‘Youdemai’ is an O2O (Online to Offline) platform which allows household electronic equipment reuse/remanufacturing/recycling.
Sanshodhan: E-Waste Exchange is a virtual e-waste aggregation platform motivated by ‘Make in India’, that enable development of Smart Cities and States.
iFixit is a wiki-based website that provides repair guides for all types of consumer electronics and gadgets.
LetMeRepair currently conducts more than 20,000 managed repairs per month for retail, trade and network operators.
Closing The Loop is an Amsterdam-based company that specialises in mobile phone recycling.
A pilot was started in Groningen in the Netherlands to takeback small electrical appliances, like electric toothbrushes and coffeemakers.
The Fairphone 2 is the first modular phone on the market that is designed for repairability.
The Restart Project is a people-powered platform for change, helping demand emerge for more sustainable, better electronics.
Recykal’s end-to-end cloud-based, full-service waste and recycle-enabling technology focuses on sustainability by connecting generators, processors & recyclers, and provides 100% transparency a
Samsung's Family Hub is an internet-enabled refrigerator that lets you plan meals, coordinate family schedules and even entertain, helping you organize your home and live better every day. With thr
Epson has developed what it believes to be the world's first compact office papermaking system capable of producing new paper from securely shredded waste paper without the use of water.
The Austrian city of Graz has become a non-proclaimed European capital of repair following the introduction of a new funding programme encouraging households to repair rather than replace their ele
Leapp's mission is to make Apple products more widely available. The company provides refurbishment services for all Apple products, giving them a second life.
Utilities Kingston manages and maintains the lighting infrastructure in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Gerrard Street is a startup in Amsterdam that produces modular headphones. The headphones are offered through a subscription model, where customers pay either a monthly or annual fee.
Micron Technology, Inc. under the global brand name of Crucial provide product upgrades and support for more than 50,000 different types of computer systems.
Liam is Apple's its line of robots that disassemble the iPhone 6 so that individual components can be reused to make new gadgets in the future.
Envie has worked for 30 years to reduce waste by reusing equipment abandoned by their owners or by dismantling these devices to extract fractions of recyclable materials.
The Canadian city of Toronto offers residents a curbside e-waste collection service, created to encourage waste diversion and recycling as well as keeping electronics out of landfills.