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NJDEP seeks comments on draft rules

NJDEP seeks comments on draft rules

Sony looking for a few good processors

Sony looking for a few good processors

UK retailer starts e-scrap program

UK retailer starts e-scrap program

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Unions respond to OIG report on UNICOR

Unions respond to OIG report on UNICOR

Global PC market up 11 percent

Global PC market up 11 percent

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Greenpeace releases electronics guide

Greenpeace releases electronics guide

Environmental watchdog group Greenpeace has released the 16th iteration of its Green Electronics Guide.

New asset management association launches

New asset management association launches

A new trade association for IT asset and data destruction firms launched recently.

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The National Center for Electronics Recycling has released data on its three-year study of e-scrap collection in Maine.

OIG releases UNICOR report

OIG releases UNICOR report

Santa Clara first govt. to commit to e-Stewards

Santa Clara first govt. to commit to e-Stewards

PA Senate progresses e-scrap effort

PA Senate progresses e-scrap effort

ETBC flunks most printer makers

ETBC flunks most printer makers

State Electronics Challenge adds six states

State Electronics Challenge adds six states

New e-scrap market report out

New e-scrap market report out

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California compromise proposed

California compromise proposed

The Basel Action Network (BAN), the World Reuse Repair and Recycling Organization (WR3A) and several other groups have agreed on draft language for a letter

Ontario kills eco fees

Ontario kills eco fees

Although similar to a successful separate program that covers e-scrap, the Canadian province of Ontario has ended its controversial "eco fee" program for covered hou

Call2Recycle concludes collection campaign

Call2Recycle concludes collection campaign

Call2Recycle reports that it has surpassed its goal of getting Americans to recycle 1 million pounds of rechargeable batteries as part of its MyC

Samsung touts collection program

Samsung touts collection program

Samsung Electronics has processed over 41 million pounds of electronic scrap since it began its recycling program two years ago, the company announced at a

Nine charged in e-scrap raid

Nine charged in e-scrap raid

The UK Environment Agency has charged nine people with violating the country's ban on exporting

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R2 finds a home

R2 finds a home

The Responsible Recycling (R2) Standard has been given a home by R2 Solutions, a new Colorado-registered non-profit organization.

E-Scrap 2010 a smashing success

E-Scrap 2010 a smashing success

While we at E-Scrap headquarters are still waiting for the dust to settle, it's safe to say that with 120 exhibiting companies and the final attend

Congress weighs export ban

Congress weighs export ban

In response to the steady stream of reports detailing how developing countries in Asia and Africa have become the dumping grounds for discarded electronics, two

Companies announce wave of R2 certifications

Companies announce wave of R2 certifications

Several companies have recently announced their completion of the certification process.

Closed Loop eyes CRT expansion

Closed Loop eyes CRT expansion

Closed Loop Refining & Recovery has completed Phase One of a new CRT glass processing expansion at its 120,000-square-foot facility in Phoenix, Arizona.

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CloudBlue Technologies Inc., a provider of e-waste management services, has announced that it has received the e-Stewards Certification for six o

New player enters CRT glass processing market

New player enters CRT glass processing market

 

WEEE Forum charts EPR course

WEEE Forum charts EPR course

The 38 organizations that make up Europe's WEEE Forum are scheduled to begin their two-day summit tomorrow in Zurich to discuss the status of waste electrical

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