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Recycling the Equipment at Your Data Center: What You Need to Know

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The data center industry is currently undergoing massive changes. And because data centers typically use large amounts of electricity to run their services, an increasingly important issue among data centers is to make sure their energy usage is as efficient as possible. Conserving energy is not only environment friendly but saves …

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Electronics and Server Recycling and Reusing: The Ultimate Guide

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Server recycling can be daunting if you don’t know where to start. Servers are now classified as an environmental hazard due to the amount of polychlorinated biphenyl contained in them, which has led to 25 states implementing strict e-waste laws. via National Conference of State Legislators There’s good news with this …

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3 Steps to Server Recycling: Your Silicon Valley Recycling Center Guide

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As old electronics begin to pile up, it can become more difficult to dispose of them properly. Now that the many harmful effects of electronics in landfills have become known, Server recycling is the only responsible and viable option. Thankfully, with this demand, a number of convenient recycling methods have followed. …

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