TES's sustainability efforts acknowledged with an enhanced CDP reporting score, reflecting the company's commitment to environmental responsibility.
TES expands to create a closed-loop supply chain to ensure the sustainability of the EV industry
Recognition from a leading global consortium on emission targets establishes TES as an industry leader committed to sustainability.
TES and Enviri both reported progress toward sustainability goals in their 2022 reports.
ITAD company TES, which was bought in 2022 by SK ecoplant, noted that it recycled, reused or resold 106,391 metric tons (over 235 million pounds) of assets in 2022, which is about 3.7 million assets and 5 million parts and accessories.
TES, a global leader in e-waste compliance, projects new EU regulations will create more complexity for manufacturers worldwide.
The privately held leader in technology reuse and recycling promotes openness and transparency by announcing ambitious zero greenhouse gas emission targets and achieving one billion kilograms of electronic assets repurposed or recycled.
Tough new regulations will restrict cross-border e-waste shipments, making it essential for businesses to have expert ITAD partners with global networks.
TES is opening a facility in Virginia to decommission hyperscale data centers, part of the ITAD company's strategy to benefit from the continuing transition of computing power from individual devices to the cloud.
Global leader in asset disposition, data sanitization applies industry best practices to ensure data is not compromised in its technology lifecycle solutions.
ITAD service provider TES has opened a 40,000-square-foot processing facility in Las Vegas.
The Singapore-headquartered company said the plant opened in January. A press release notes the location will serve tech companies on the West Coast with data destruction, data center decommissioning, redeployment, resale, testing, grading, repairing/refurbishment and recycling services.
Leading innovator of lithium-ion cell technology Durapower partners with recycling leader TES to help achieve optimal outcomes for second-life deployment and end-of-life management of lithium-ion batteries
SCG International Corporation Co., Ltd., Cement-Building Materials Business, one of Thailand's largest infrastructure supply and manufacturing companies, will partner with recycling leader Total Energy Solutions Co., Ltd. (TES) to establish circular outcomes for end-of-life batteries.
The two companies will work together to develop and grow Singapore's battery recycling and manufacturing ecosystem
TES will work with the Singapore fleet operator to responsibly collect and repurpose end-of-life EV batteries and enhance the EV charging infrastructure in Singapore.
TES's new Las Vegas facility positions it closer to its US client base on the West Coast of the United States, further minimizing logistics costs and emissions while further expanding its overall global operations to 43 locations.
The correct handling of end-of-life lithium-ion batteries is already a challenge, and it's one that's growing. A study by the Institute for Sustainable Futures found that the end-of-life electric vehicle (EV) and smartphone LIB stream is expected to grow by 1,300% in volume between 2025 and 2035.
These awards are a testament to TES's best-in-class status as a sustainable technology lifecycle solutions provider
Executives from TES and the Port of Rotterdam Authority recently welcomed Frans Timmermans and esteemed European Commissioners to the Port to discuss TES's sustainable battery treatment strategy.
TES joins the UN Global Compact, another critical step towards its mission of making a decade of difference.
CATL, the global leader of innovative energy technologies, has selected TES to deliver after-sales services for its battery products.
TES, the global leader in sustainable technology lifecycle services, is pleased to announce its ongoing partnership with Close the Gap, an international social enterprise that aims to bridge the digital divide by offering high-quality, refurbished, pre-owned computer devices donated by Global 2000 companies.
The July 9th opening of the new 127,000-square-feet, state-of-the-art facility comes after a strong period of organic growth and company acquisitions focussed on delivering the best sustainable technology lifecycle solutions to the UK market.
- The deal between TES and the Port of Rotterdam will bolster Europe's capacity to recycle lithium batteries -
TES Wins Microsoft's MAR Partner Innovation Award and Twice Shortlisted in Reuters Events' Responsible Business Awards
TES announced today that Sojitz Corporation ("Sojitz") has acquired a minority stake in TES-AMM JAPAN K.K. ("TES").
TES' Battery Recycling Process has been recognised in the Sustainability Innovation Award category
This acquisition will see the Custom Controllers UK brand brought into TES' growing consumer business, joining Envirofone, Cash4Tech, Stock Must Go, and Tech SI.
The acquisition includes the Envirofone brand name, trade-in consumer websites, recycling program, and backend systems.
The investment marks TES's entry into energy storage systems (ESS).
Positions TES as a leader in the second-life battery market.