A federal bill aimed at curbing smartphone thefts could offer a boost to the device recycling-kiosk company.
Outerwall posts a quaterly profit on core-business gains, with an expanded focus on ecoATM locations.
The company's founder defends its security practices and relationship with law enforcement.
An idea born from identity theft, The Shred Stop destroys documents while promoting recycling and sustainability.
EcoATM goes on the offensive against reports that the kiosk encourages theft.
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The next generation of green kiosks fight waste by promoting recycling and sustainability.
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The state capital has signed a deal with PepsiCo to launch hundreds of recycling kiosks throughout the city.
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The company dedicated to recycling electronics announces a multi-million dollar partnership, grant funding and a patent.
Outerwall's ecoATM electronic recycling kiosk has received the 2014 Green Business of the Year Award from the Latin Business Association.
Outerwall Inc. announced at the Clinton Global Initiative that it is committed to bringing in 2 million pounds of e-waste to its ecoATM recycling kiosks in the next three years.
Outerwall Inc., in partnership with the Seattle Seahawks, has announced the #KioskSelfie sweepstakes calling for fans to snap a selfie with a Redbox, Coinstar or ecoATM kiosk and submit it to Outerwall's website.
Cellphone recycling service provider ecoATM announced it reached the 3-million mark in kiosk collections of MP3 players, phones and tablets.
Instanbul-based Pugedon, a provider of smart recycling kiosks, has installed vending machines to feed the city's 100,000 stray cats and dogs.
The machines also double as a recycling center, according to a Jezebel.com article. When a plastic bottle is placed in the bin, the machine dispenses pet food.
Jackson, Tenn.-based ecoATM is helping serve justice inside Old Hickory Mall , according to a wbbjtv.com article.
The phone-recycling kiosk was placed in the mall last July to offer visitors a place to recycle old phones for cash.
While police believe the kiosk may attract criminals dumping stolen phones, it may also catch them.
The City of Sydney, Australia, is conducting a pilot of two reverse-vending machines that dispense rewards in exchange for empty drink containers. The reverse-vending machines from Envirobank accept cans and plastic bottles. Users are instructed not to crush the containers,...
Schools in Muscat, Oman are to receive reverse vending machines (RVMs), according to the Oman Daily Observer. The machines, which will be supplied by Averda, accept empty plastic bottles, cans, light bulbs and domestic batteries and in return reward recycling...
REMAG, a kiosk-based program that rewards consumers for recycling with coupons, has completed its three month pilot in Puerto Rico and announced that more than 90,000 pounds of paper were recycled while close to $19,000 was donated to local nonprofit...
The electronics recycling kiosk company ecoATM announced this week that it has recycled more than two million phones and devices in its four-year history. The company reached the one-million mark in April 2013. According to a news release from the...
BETTERY Inc. has teamed up with Safeway to deploy its battery-recycling kiosks at select stores throughout Washington and Oregon, the company announced. Starting with stores in Portland, Ore., and Seattle, Safeway shoppers will be able to purchase reusable AA and...
SuperMax supermarkets in Puerto Rico have launched an in-store, kiosk-based coupon program that rewards shoppers with deals when they recycle newpapers, magazines and catalogs. Developed by REMAG, the kiosks are in three locations for a three-month trial period. They contain...
Rechargeable battery swapping kiosks are gaining momentum on the West Coast. Earlier this year the BETTERY kiosks deployed at Whole Foods grocery stores in Washington and Oregon, and according to an article on utsandiego.com, the SaveME kiosk is building a...
Last week's bombing tragedy has prompted Boston native Tom Tullie, CEO of ecoATM, to launch a donation initiative on the company's electronics recycling kiosks. From now through May 22, kiosk users will have the option to donate the money they...
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San Diego-based ecoATM is putting its recent negative press in the past with this week's announcement that its kiosks have recycled more than 1 million devices. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, recycling 1 million devices has the environmental impact...