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In this Millennial era and the United States, it is almost impossible to think that there is a technological gap, but this is a reality that is becoming more visible every day, that is why at eSmart recycling we are committed to helping close that gap Since 2014, the Dornsife Center for Economic and Social...
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At eSmart Recycling is important for us to keep informed about the people’s policy on sustainability because this is an essential basis in our work. These are the outcomes of the Tampa Sustainability and Resilience Advisory Team meeting. “There has been a pattern over the years, when you have an absence of federal leadership or...
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Ample illustrations of the digital divide in learning were put forward by the OECD. The Roundtable’s illustrations of the digital divide show that there is no single, clearly-defined divide, but rather a series of gaps, brought about by a variety of factors, many of which do not have their roots in the technology itself. Perhaps...
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eSmart Recycling is a company in charge of helping in the recycling of e-waste to another’s big companies, but how the e-waste recycling works? or what is the best form to do it?  When China banned 24 kinds of solid waste last September, countries such as the U.S., the United Kingdom, Australia, and Japan realized...
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Though countless of us take computers and the internet for granted a huge number of Residents in St. Petersburg can’t count on that, it isn’t so simple for them. Thinking on that lack of opportunities, eSmart Recycling’s main goal is to be participatory in the process of helping kids and families reach that goal. According...
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Education plays a crucial role in shaping the minds and opinions of the future generation. The debate regarding the much-needed changes in our current education systems has been ongoing for some time; therefore, in line with our mission of helping education, it is important for us at eSmart Recycling to be part of the conversation...
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We have found many times over the years that every time we connect with the community, the impact is much greater if we have multiple stakeholders in the mix. In other words, the more the merrier! Our E-Recycling drive this past December with Frontier Communications and Hillsborough County Schools was NO EXCEPTION! The Season of Giving...
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The definition of poverty and the “official” metrics used to measure it varies by country. For example in Venezuela, where I was born, the metric is a family’s ability to afford the “basic food basket” and “basic necessity goods” on a monthly basis. Now Venezuelans are told to raise vegetables and rabbits on their roofs...
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There is a technology gap between the demographics in our country. It is growing, and it is real, very real. Some experts call it the Digital Divide or Technology Divide, others call it the Device Gap. Put it simply: lower income families have less access to technology and technology devices, and this is adding an...
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In 2014, Tony Selvaggio was already a successful young entrepreneur. The native Venezuelan, who had only lived in Tampa since April 2011, had met the girl of his dreams and was over a year into running his own scrap metal business. He started with $8,000, and in three years had surpassed $250,000 in revenues. But...
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Scrap On Spot, LLC d/b/a/ eSmart Recycling
Main processing facility: 5126 Vivian Place. Tampa, FL 33619
Phone: 813-501-7768
Hours of operation: M-S 9 am to 5 pm