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Global Electric Electronic Processing (GEEP) has announced its first e-Stewards certification at its Grand Prarie, Texas facility.

Processor left holding the bag

Processor left holding the bag

By Jake Thomas

WEELABEX standards approved

WEELABEX standards approved

By Jake Thomas

R2 Solutions announces committee members

R2 Solutions announces committee members

By Henry Leineweber

PWB continues upward climb

PWB continues upward climb

By Editorial Staff

EPA awards $2.5 mil to track e-waste

EPA awards $2.5 mil to track e-waste

By Editorial Staff

India continues work on e-waste policy

India continues work on e-waste policy

By Jake Thomas

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The State Electronics Challenge has announced that the efforts of its partners have contributed to the

First companies dual certified to both R2 and e-Stewards

First companies dual certified to both R2 and e-Stewards

By Henry Leineweber

ERCC releases best practices guide

ERCC releases best practices guide

By Jake Thomas

Toshiba e-plastic recycling jumps

Toshiba e-plastic recycling jumps

By Jake Thomas

EPEAT imaging standard clears hurdle

EPEAT imaging standard clears hurdle

By Jake Thomas

Ghana report sheds light on waste and reuse

Ghana report sheds light on waste and reuse

By Henry Leineweber

SC readies landfill ban

SC readies landfill ban

By Editorial Staff

Beginning July 1, South Carolina's landfill ban on unwanted electronics goes into effect.

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The Product Stewardship Institute is holding a webinar entitled "Read more

Dell, Goodwill announce recycling numbers

Dell, Goodwill announce recycling numbers

By Jake Thomas

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.

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