E-Scrap 2013: Managing e-scrap flows among NAFTA members
When the North American Free Trade Agreement was approved, the U.S., Canada and Mexico wanted to assure they were working as one on the environmental concerns that might be raised from free trade. The Commission for Environmental Cooperation is the resulting agency charged with addressing these concerns, one of which is the potential for the improper management of e-scrap. CEC has undertaken several important assessments and is holding workshops this summer regarding environmental sound management practices for refurbishers and e-scrap processors. What does this mean for the North American electronics industry? Dr. Irasema Coronado, the executive director of the CEC Secretariat, will provide a thorough overview.
The E-Scrap Conference will be held at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate in Orlando, Florida, September 11-12. Early-bird registration is available at www.e-scrapconference.com or by clicking the banner below.