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Common Questions

How are ESG and eWaste related?

ESG issues are board level issues due in part to critical mineral shortages and to public demands. eWaste is also the fastest growing waste stream.
What are opportunities can be "exploited"?

Today's goals are less incremental and more transformational. The trend is toward aspirational goals. There is a shift from quantitative to qualitative measures. No more backwards looking performance metrics.
What is supply chain transparency?

What is supply chain transparency?

Institutional investors want boards to alignment around the goals and messaging. The board can encourage operational management to engage suppliers in the right way.
What role do institutional investors play?

Institutional investors want boards to alignment around the goals and messaging. The board can encourage operational management to engage suppliers in the right way.
What about the CEO?

ESG and D&I concerns have been elevated to be seen as material risks. As a minority and woman owned diverse supplier, MobiCycle is well suited to meet multiple goals.
Senior business unit managers?

Institutional investors want boards to alignment around the goals and messaging. The board can encourage operational management to engage suppliers in the right way.
The public?

Institutional investors want boards to alignment around the goals and messaging. The board can encourage operational management to engage suppliers in the right way.
BIG DATA

Sustainability is Strategy

Electronic Waste is the world's fastest growing waste stream

Climate change occurs when toxins are released into the air due to human activity. Consumer demand for electronics is a key driver of climate change. Whether we mine critical minerals to make new electronics, burn used electronics to retrieve their precious metals or dump eWaste into landfills, these activities release toxins in to our air, water and soil.  

Stakeholder management

Institutional investors increasingly want your organization to mitigate against climate change. Transforming your eWaste management processes has the double benefit of fighting climate change while allaying traditional investor concerns. Critical mineral shortages can create price volatility in your supply chain and reduce your company's overall profitability.  

Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)

Your company's board of directors are wary of the material risks that may arise from poorly executed ESG strategies. With regard to the environment, the Board holds your CEO accountable for direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions. Your CEO may have publicly committed to targets that will offset or reverse your organization's current (and historical) carbon emissions.

Tech will save us???

To meet these climate pledges, your company requires solutions. The typical reliance upon clean technologies, renewable energy credits and carbon offsets will not be enough. A shift toward transparent supply chains would be impactful. Hidden within your supply chain is the scale of greenhouse gas emissions attributable to electronic waste.

You may have disparate systems that may include 3rd party software vendor, SQL or No SQL databases, Excel spreadsheets, etc. MobiCycle is ready to help you make sense of your data.
We must urgently reverse the exploitation of the natural world if it is to sustain us for generations to come.

Prince of Wales, 2020

Your largest carbon impact is in your supply chain and involves up to 90% of your overall emissions. Activist investors are demanding their CEOs take action on environmental, social and governance issues. Business resiliency, or the ability to operate 24/7 across the globe is at risk for organizations that do not adapt in time.

Reducing your company's burden often requires assuming the carbon footprints of companies in your supply chain. Let's think beyond threshold rates of return to instead define value as the ability to facilitate sustainable goals.

A mix of solutions is necessary and advantageous for your business such as globally accepted sustainability reporting standards, purpose led companies, protecting the planet before profits that greatly exceed industry average, and inclusive capitalism.

Are you tired of price volatility in renewable energy credits (1 megawatt hour of renewable energy created) and carbon offsets (1 ton of carbon is offset by tech)? Corporations may one day compete for carbon offsets with smaller, wealthy countries to meet their public policy objectives.

Lifecycle Management

Have your customers requested alternatives to traditional disposal?

Export Controls

eWaste that is not reduced or reused will be recycled, composted, sent to a landfill or end up overseas.

Supply Chain Monitoring

We evaluate options and manage customers’ programs for recycling and reuse

Facilities management

We partner with customers to reduce their environmental impact.

eWaste manifests

Our platform can support your Operations department with eWaste reporting.

eWaste Code Finder helps you find the waste codes you need to complete your manifests.

eWaste Standards Tool provides context to many eWaste regulations.

eWaste Advisor is a chatbot that answers questions about your company's policy around electronic waste and sustainability.

eWaste Mixed Reality provides an environment for you to play around and learn about how to repair electronics.

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