E-Waste: What You Should Know

Mounting Challenge – The Throw Culture E-waste is a popular and informal label for electronic products nearing the end of their “useful life.” Such electronic products include computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, copiers, and fax machines. What is perhaps not top-of-mind as an alternative to simply discarding them is reusing, refurbishing and recycling them. Awareness that…

Wesley Methodist Church

  The Methodist Church, Raub, Pahang runs a hostel for Orang Asli children. The hostel has a capacity of 80, but currently, there are 14 Secondary school going children. Due to lack of financial resources, the Methodist church has reached out to Rentwise to donate computers for the children’s use. Computer savviness will prepare the…

Green IT : Why is it important

Green information technology, also known as Green IT, is the practice of environmentally sustainable computing. The concept of Green IT emerged in 1992 when the U.S Environmental Protection Agency launched Energy Star, a labeling program that helps people and organizations save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by identifying factories, office equipment, home appliances and…

Benefits of Circular Economy For Our Future

The planet Earth is with finite natural resources. With the accelerating pace of our technology development, the traditional linear economy practice of take, make, use and dispose shall inevitably exhaust these irreplaceable resources rapidly, leaving our next generations with drastic after-effects. Climate changes, global warming, and depletion of rare earth or virgin materials, among others.