Albert Boufarah Explains How to Get Your Kids Thinking Green

We are in the middle of an unprecedented climate crisis, which means the time to act is now. Luckily, there are many ways for people of all ages to reduce their impact on the environment. In fact, it is especially important to begin teaching children from a young age what the best practices are regarding waste and recycling. Studies have shown that a whopping 42% of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States are caused by the energy it takes to produce, transport, and dispose of food and other goods. Albert Boufarah is an entrepreneur based in Lakewood, New Jersey…

Albert Boufarah Explains How To Keep Your Data Safe When Participating in E-Waste Programs

Electronic waste, sometimes referred to as e-waste, has become increasingly important owing to the rapid rise of technology coupled with the ongoing climate crisis. As a result, old electronic devices, such as cell phones, laptops, or tablets, should not be thrown in the garbage. But instead, should be recycled or donated. However, donating or recycling electronics is not as simple as dropping it off at a charity shop. Rather, there are important steps that must be taken in order to ensure that your data is removed from those devices to keep your information secure. Albert Boufarah is an entrepreneur and…

Albert Boufarah Describes how to Bring Your Community Together to Recycle

Individual actions when it comes to recycling responsibly are a necessity even if they seem to be minor. However, the actions of a group or community can also be extremely powerful. Although it might seem overwhelming, there are actually plenty of relatively simple ways to make large-scale changes in your community regarding waste. For example, organizing a recycling drive, a donation event, or developing a compost program for a local school are all methods of promoting strong recycling practices within your community. Albert Boufarah is an entrepreneur and the CEO of SAMR Inc., a recycling center based in Lakewood, New…

Environmentally conscious technology users understand the importance of lowering their carbon footprint. Today, the effects of excess carbon on the atmosphere are well-known, as the phenomenon of global warming is beginning to affect the planet.

Unfortunately, according to the UN, only 12.5 percent of e-waste is recycled globally. Buyers of tech products need to be encouraged to recycle their devices properly to protect the environment.

Using E-Waste Management To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Albert Boufarah, the CEO of SAMR Inc., explains how buyers of tech products can lower their carbon footprint through proper e-waste management.

Why Recycle E-Waste?

Recycling e-waste should be automatic. Rather than putting tech products in the trash…

Albert Boufarah Explains How Recycling Has Evolved to Adapt to Modern Technology | TechBullion

Recycling methods have come a long way in the past 25 years. E-waste recycling firms are now able to recover materials that would have gone to waste in the past. With the increased efficiency in recycling methods comes a lower carbon footprint for the electronics industry and for the consumer. The CEO of SAMR Inc., Albert Boufarah , explains how new methods in the recycling industry have caused an increase in the number of reusable materials.

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Albert Boufarah Explains Why Reuse and Reduction

While recycling electronic products is a popular way to reduce a person’s carbon footprint, the other two “Rs” of Reduce and Reuse should be taken into consideration. Recycling alone is not enough to lessen our carbon footprint and reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfills.

Tech consumers often assume that the only possible end for their products is the trash can or recycling program. Albert Boufarah explains the importance of tech product recycling. He also shows how focusing on reducing purchases and reusing computer products can further help to minimize the size of the waste stream.

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Albert Boufarah started SAMR, Inc. 20 years ago with only a few employees. SAMR quickly grew over the next 20 years!

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