Waste Away

Smits, Phil; Cain, Marlyn
November 2010
Best's Review;Nov2010, Vol. 111 Issue 7, p82
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the environmental and identity theft risks posed by electronic gadgets and computers and their possible insurance claims. It notes that careless disposal of these devices presents insurance claims and liability. It points out that improper electronic waste disposal may lead to workers' compensation, product liability, or property insurance claims. It suggests technology upgrades to secure the removal of replaced equipment.


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