ISRI Offers Educational Programs to E-Scrap Attendees

On Tuesday, ISRI sponsored 2 short courses on electronics recycling. Both were very well attended and had very lively interaction. The morning session,

How to Maximize Value in Reuse

A full audience listens to tips on how to maximize value in reuse.

What’s New in R2 & RIOS?,  introduced the recent changes to R2 and RIOS as well as the value of RIOS as the certified management system for R2. Also included were a tutorial on Downstream Due Diligence and testimonial experiences from a certified electronics recycler and a refurbisher.

In the afternoon, How to Maximize Value in Reuse, had industry leaders and experts in the reuse, refurbishment and resale of used electronics share their experiences and knowledge on how to find opportunities to maximize value. Included were unique examples of returns, repair, wireless devices, non-traditional equipment and components.

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E-Scrap Conference Kicks Off Today With Two ISRI Courses

REMINDER! ISRI will be offering two courses today taught be industry experts that will help electronic recyclers grow business. Starting at 8:00 a.m., ISRI Electronics Recycling Educational Program: “What’s New in R2 & RIOS,” will focus on the value of the R2 and RIOS certifications. This panel, which is comprised of recyclers that have gone through the certification processes, will give an inside look at the benefits of completing the R2:RIOS certification process. In addition, the panel will discuss the revisions to the standards, and how that will affect recyclers, as well as the importance of managing downstream.

Starting at 1:00 p.m., the course, ISRI Electronics Recycling Educational Program: How to Maximize Value in Reuse, is designed to help electronics recyclers exploit the reuse potential of used electronics equipment. Experts in reuse, refurbishment and resale will address a variety of opportunities to maximize value – including returns, repair, wireless devices, non-traditional equipment and components. Attendees will have the chance to learn from industry leaders who have built a profitable business in each of the key areas available to optimize the reuse market.

Both courses will be in the Celebration Room.

Please stop by booth #707 if you have any questions.

Workshop to Explore How R2 & RIOS Certifications Can Help Expand Business

On Tuesday morning a comprehensive discussion, ISRI Electronics Recycling Educational Program: “What’s New in R2 & RIOS,” will take place about the value of the R2 and RIOS certifications. This panel, which is comprised of recyclers that have gone through the certification processes and understand the immense value, will give an inside look at the benefits of completing the R2:RIOS certification process. In addition to highlighting the broader value, the panel will discuss the revisions to the standards, and how that will affect recyclers, as well as the importance of managing downstream.

This is a perfect opportunity to find out how to lower your bottom line, yield a significant return on investment, expand sales globally, and show customers that you are dedicated to health and safety, industry best practices, and global and environmental responsibility.

The program will take place tomorrow at 8 am in the Celebration Room. Separate registration is required. The fee is $125 for ISRI members and $150 for non-ISRI members. Attendees will be issued a “Golden Ticket,” good for a free spin on the trivia wheel at the RIOSTM booth, #709, with the opportunity for valuable prizes.

For more information, contact Darrell Kendall or stop by booth #709.

ISRI Course Focuses on Reuse Potential of UEPs

The course, ISRI Electronics Recycling Educational Program: How to Maximize Value in Reuse, is designed to help electronics recyclers exploit the reuse potential of used electronics equipment. Experts in reuse, refurbishment and resale will address a variety of opportunities to maximize value – including returns, repair, wireless devices, non-traditional equipment and components. Attendees will have the chance to learn from industry leaders who have built a profitable business in each of the key areas available to optimize the reuse market. This ISRI short course will include a handout book of all the presentations.

The program will take place, Tuesday, September 10, from 1:00 to 5:00 pm in the Celebration Room. Separate registration is required. The fee is $125 for ISRI members and $150 for non-ISRI members. Attendees will be issued a “Golden Ticket,” good for a free spin on the trivia wheel at the RIOSTM booth, #709, with the opportunity for valuable prizes.

For more information, contact Eric Harris or stop by booth #707.

 

Full Listing of ISRI Events at E-Scrap

ISRI will be participating in and hosting a number of events at this year’s E-Scrap Conference. Below is a list of all the events ISRI will be involved in. As always, stop by booth 707 for more information or just to say hello!

Tuesday, September 10

ISRI Electronics Recycling Educational Program: “What’s New in R2 & RIOS”
8:00 a.m. – noon

ISRI Electronics Recycling Educational Program: “How to Maximize Value in Reuse”
1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Welcome Reception hosted by ISRI
5:30 – 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 12

Concurrent Session H: The Return of the Responsible Electronics Recycling Act
1:00 to 2:30 p.m. National Ballrooms C-D