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Study looks at consumer TV behavior

Study looks at consumer TV behavior

By Jake Thomas

Group looks to standardize battery recycling

Group looks to standardize battery recycling

By Jake Thomas

CTIA launches mobile recycling resource

CTIA launches mobile recycling resource

By Jake Thomas

School in session for e-waste students

School in session for e-waste students

By Henry Leineweber

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The Giampaolo Group of Companies – a major shareholder in GEEP Holdings – has announced it has acquired the balance of shares and consolidated own

CEA seeks to triple e-scrap recycling

CEA seeks to triple e-scrap recycling

Backed by some of the world's largest electronics manufacturers, retailers and a host of elected officials, the Consumer Elec

Economy and recycling grow for E-Cycle Wisconsin

Economy and recycling grow for E-Cycle Wisconsin

E-Cycle Wisconsin has released the results of the first full year of the state's electronics recycling program.

'Not guilty' pleas in UK illegal export case

'Not guilty' pleas in UK illegal export case

A large case brought against a network of individuals and businesses by the UK Environment Agency (EA) continues t

Vienna meeting addresses hazardous materials

Vienna meeting addresses hazardous materials

An international meeting organized by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the Secretariats to the B

SIMS CEO offers insight

SIMS CEO offers insight

At the recently-concluded Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries convention in Los Angeles, Graham Davy, CEO of Sims Recycling Solutions, prov

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Global PC shipments slumped slightly in the first quarter of 2011, according to IDC.

Utah gets e-scrap program on third try

Utah gets e-scrap program on third try

With Governor Gary Herbert's signing Senate Bill 184 into law, Utah has become the 25th state to establish an electronics recyc

ISRI workshop gives R2 update

ISRI workshop gives R2 update

About 65 attended a workshop focusing on the R2 environmental certification standard on the first day of the Institute of Scrap Recyclin

PWB value rises again

PWB value rises again

The average value of printed wiring board scrap rose again in March to a record high of $7.30 per pound.

NY e-scrap program starts

NY e-scrap program starts

As of the first of this month, residents of the Empire State will now be able to recycle their electronics goods at no charge as the state's

E-World launches audit program

E-World launches audit program

E-World Online has launched a new auditing program for processors in the Manuf

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A pilot project by Vintage Tech Recyclers of Romeoville, Illinois, will test curbside e-scrap collection service for reside

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E-World Online has announced it has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to collect covered electronics un

R2 to establish governing council soon

R2 to establish governing council soon

The nomination period for candidates to serve on the inaugural R2 Governing Council will conclude by the first week of April an

Support grows for Australian e-scrap plan

Support grows for Australian e-scrap plan

As Australia considers whether to adopt a national product stewardship

U.S., Mexico, eye e-scrap on the border

U.S., Mexico, eye e-scrap on the border

The U.S.

iPads trickle into waste stream

iPads trickle into waste stream

It still has that new tablet smell, but with the launch of the iPad 2, some original iPads are entering the secondary market, having a

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Who pays for EPR?

 

Who pays for EPR?

 

More backlash on new WEEE rules

 

More backlash on new WEEE rules

 

Panic buying sets in for Japanese components

 

Panic buying sets in for Japanese components

 

Comments roll in on federal task force

 

Comments roll in on federal task force

 

Shockwaves felt through electronics industry

 

Shockwaves felt through electronics industry

 

Texas TV bill advances

 

Texas TV bill advances

 

E-scrap processors urge federal leadership

 

E-scrap processors urge federal leadership

 

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