The CircleIT Blog

Bringing ESG to ITAD in Partnership with the University of Oklahoma
Learn about the University of Oklahoma department that has become a renowned resource for evaluating and verifying corporate ESG programs, including CircleIT’s. 
Repurposing Vs. Recycling: Tackling the E-Waste Crisis
In this first part of a three-part series, discover the importance of repurposing vs. recycling to tackling the e-waste crisis.
Journey of a Device
From your closet to the hands of somebody in need, walk through the journey of how CircleIT repurposes old, slow, and broken electronics.
CircleIT is Doing Good and Transforming the ITAD Industry
CircleIT is flipping the traditional ITAD model on its head and gearing its operations to create a more circular economy.
Planned Obsolescence and the Right to Repair
Learn about how electronics are designed to die young and the campaign that is seeking to breathe new life into them.
Announcing CircleIT: A Company Disrupting ITAD with a Focus on Circularity and Digital Commerce
Announcing CircleIT: A Company Disrupting ITAD with a Focus on Circularity and Digital Commerce The pioneering ITAD announces certified ESG reporting for enterprises and a digital ITAD solution for consumers. OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (August 24th, 2021) - HiTECH Assets, a Certified B...
What is the Circular Economy?
The current linear take, make, waste economic model is a drain on our environment, public health, and natural resources. Adopting tenants of a circular economy is necessary to reduce the tsunami of e-waste entering landfills while providing more sustainable products.
CircleIT’s B Corp Certification
CircleIT’s theory of change is grounded in doing more good, and nothing embodies this commitment more than CircleIT’s B Corporation certification. B Corps are known for their commitment to the “highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.
The E-Waste Crisis
The issue of old and outdated electronics has culminated into a full-blown electronic waste crisis. As new models of phones, laptops, televisions, tablets, and other electronics release annually, consumers toss their older models to the tune of 53.6 million tons in 2019, with only 17.4 percent being collected and properly recycled.