Arrow Electronics Releases Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report

CENTENNIAL, Colo. – Media OutReach – 10 Feb 2017 – Arrow Electronics, Inc. (NYSE: ARW) released its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability Report, a recap of its 2016 philanthropic and environmental initiatives. The global technology company's influential CSR programs aim to help people shape a better tomorrow by guiding innovation forward today. Download the complete…

Secure E-Waste Export & Recycling Act (SEERA) Introduced With Bipartisan Support

Washington, DC –  Rep. Paul Cook (R-CA) and Rep. Gene Green (D-TX) today introduced the Secure E-Waste Export and Recycling Act (SEERA, HR 917), a key step in countering threats to national security and public safety caused by counterfeit electronic components. The legislation, introduced with strong support from the Coalition for American Electronics Recycling (CAER), will restrict…

Wrapping up 2016: Packaging Trends to Watch

As we have once again been buried up to our necks in wrapping paper, battled non-cooperative plastic packaging, and filled up our recycling bins with cardboard boxes, it’s comforting to know innovation never stops. While many of the newest ideas are hitting consumer applications first, perhaps they will point to new directions for electronics manufacturing…

Good Point Recycling Statement on Basel Action Network Report

MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT – Good Point Recycling (a division of American Retroworks, Inc.) is a nationally-recognized R2-certified provider of electronics recycling. We are one of the region's leading “e-waste” recycling facilities, operating in Middlebury, Vermont since 2001. On May 9, 2016, industry watchdog Basel Action Network (BAN) published a report summarizing its nearly two-year investigation of…

Tech Volunteers Heed the Call

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Evert Bopp knows first hand the frustrations and joys of bringing Internet access to disaster sites and refugee camps. The founder of Disaster Tech Lab is looking for technically-minded volunteers who want to join him. The joys of the job “are many,” he recalled in an interview from his home in…