We are excited to announce our partnership with We Care Act NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging students in community service and increasing social mobility.
We Care Act NYC and 4THBIN share a common goal of spreading awareness of e-waste and promoting healthy e-recycling habits among our communities in the New York area.
We are honored to announce that the laptops we provided to the Parish School of San Andres Sajcabaja at Santa Cruz del Quiche have arrived and are already helping transform the education of many students. We annually partner with the United Association for Life’s education program for disabled students, and we most recently were a 2021 Sponsor with Guatemala’s The Parish School. We aimed to provide underprivileged students with the opportunity to experience the advantages of learning hands-on with technological assets, and we are excited to share the success of our mission.
At 4THBIN, we believe the summertime should be the best of both worlds - environmentally friendly and fun! This summer, we will be participating in the seasonal activities that the summertime brings, while still honoring our commitment to creating a sustainable environment.
Our Earth Month collaboration with PS 29 resulted in an ecologically impactful and fun afternoon with members of the community. We teamed up with PS 29 to host an electronic recycling collection event, as well as spread awareness on the growing issue of e-waste.
When it comes to education, technology has become a foundational component in the classroom. Technology is changing the way students collaborate, communicate, create and critically think. In a world deeply impacted by digital innovations, technology makes learning much more enjoyable for both teachers and students.
4THBIN recently teamed up with Broadway Green Alliance for a fall e-waste drive. The collection drive took place at Father Duffy Square and was a great opportunity for the Broadway community to turn theatre or office clean-outs into a greener, more sustainable experience. By joining forces, we hoped to increase public awareness of recycling, while minimizing the number of recyclables sent to landfills.
To some, the spookiest part of Halloween may be the ghosts or vampires, but to us, it’s the plastic waste that is left behind. Nearly 2,000 tonnes of plastic waste are generated yearly from Halloween scraps, the equivalent of 83 million water bottles. Similar to electronic waste, the scraps that are left behind from Halloween will end up in a landfill - posing major hazards to the environment and humanity.
4THBIN is excited to announce that we are e-Stewards 4.0 certified! The e-Stewards Standard Version 4.0 implements the same core values, along with two new standards. The first being the requirement of the global environmental management system standard created by the International Standards Organization, ISO 14001. Additionally, e-Stewards V4.0 requires the current version of the international data security standard, NAID AAA Certification, including all NAID endorsements relevant to the Organization’s business model.
Welcome to the final installment of a three-part series on Cybersecurity. Protecting your sensitive data from theft or unintentional leaks continues to be a top risk to companies and governments alike.
4THBIN and Broadway Green Alliance Team Up for a Spring E-Waste Drive
We are excited to announce our collaboration with environmental innovators, Broadway Green Alliance (BGA), for a Spring E-Waste Drive.
Earth Day Celebration - Vartan Park: Murray Hill neighborhood
We are excited to announce our collaboration with the Murray Hill Neighborhood Association for an Earth Day Celebration! We aim to provide the Murray Hill community and beyond with the opportunity to securely and sustainably recycle their old electronics.
PS 29 Rummage Sale - Neighborhood Recycling Event
We are excited to announce our collaboration with PS 29 for an Electronic Recycling Event. We aim to provide members of the PS29 community and beyond with the opportunity to securely and sustainably recycle their old electronics.