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Is E-Waste Making Our Landfills Even More Toxic?

Even as we become more environmentally conscious and more people make a point of recycling their paper and plastic waste…a new pollution threat appears to be emerging.

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4THBIN Participates in Panel discussion at DISASSEMBLY: BROOKLYN

4THBIN’s Cory Kline participated in a panel discussion on smart sustainability, e-cycling, and consumer electronics.

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BAN e-Trash Transparency Project

BAN, an industry watchdog group, placed GPS tracking devices inside of 205 pieces of e-waste …a large chunk of it ended up overseas in what are essentially e-waste junkyards.

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Sign the BAN Petition

Help stop e-waste from being exported to developing countries

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4THBIN at Global Design NYU’s Collapse: Climate, Cities & Culture

4THBIN was featured at this year’s exhibition, focused on the design community’s response to environmental extremes

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The Dirty Truth About E-Waste Recycling

The e-waste recycling industry has a major problem on its hands: recycling companies exporting e-waste to developing nations rather than recycling on their own.

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The Tip of the E-Waste Catastrophe Iceberg

E-waste is a serious problem—now more than ever. How can we be sure that anyone is really being responsible with their electronic waste?

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4thBin wins EPA Environmental Champion Award

Each year, the EPA recognizes those who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to protecting and enhancing environmental quality and public health.

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GLOBAL DESIGN NYU launch of COLLAPSE:  CLIMATE, CITIES & CULTURE
June 12, 2018
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GLOBAL DESIGN NYU launch of COLLAPSE: CLIMATE, CITIES & CULTURE

HL BaSE Catalyst workshops bring together Hogan Lovells lawyers with in-house counsel from their clients to provide pro bono advice to social entrepreneurs.

Pro Bono Business and Social Enterprise Catalyst Program in NYC
May 17, 2018
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Pro Bono Business and Social Enterprise Catalyst Program in NYC

HL BaSE Catalyst workshops bring together Hogan Lovells lawyers with in-house counsel from their clients to provide pro bono advice to social entrepreneurs.