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Experts report on policy and technology advancements in China and Hong Kong

Published: December 8, 2016
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Nigel Mattravers

Legislation and technologies have led to more formalized e-scrap processing in China and Hong Kong, experts meeting in Macau said recently. But key challenges remain, particularly in China’s new electronics take-back program.

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U.S. EPA offers information on CRT regulations

Published: October 6, 2016
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The U.S. EPA developed its 2006 rule on CRT management to help divert the lead-containing glass away from disposal and toward recycling. But a decade later, with the value of recovered glass a negative, the U.S. continues to see high-profile instances in which recycling isn’t occurring.

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E-scrap efforts energized by Earth Day

Published: April 20, 2017
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Whether it’s a deal on data destruction or an opportunity for extra education, multiple organizations are taking full advantage of the attention Earth Day brings to the recycling world. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day will be held this Saturday, although some groups are recognizing all of April as “Earth Month.”

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