E-Scrap 2014: EPA’s role in the CRT issue

E-Scrap 2014: EPA’s role in the CRT issue

By Editorial Staff, E-Scrap News

July 24, 2014

The industry has heard plenty from individual firms that have been squeezed by the ongoing cost struggles when it comes to processing old TVs and computer monitors. At this fall's E-Scrap 2014, attendees will get the unique opportunity to hear a federal regulator's take on the topic.

Amanda Kohler, a specialist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, will take to the stage to discuss her agency's response to the growing concerns surrounding CRT recycling. The presentation will review the details — and limits &mdash of the agency’s ability to address the problem, touching on EPA’s actions to date and possible future policy.

E-Scrap 2014 will be held Oct. 21-23 at Orlando's Rosen Shingle Creek. The 2013 edition saw more than 1,300 attendees and 125 exhibiting companies, so plan now to secure your spot at this fall's conference. Get all the latest information at e-scrapconference.com.

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