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Aida Williams

San Francisco Recycling - Universal Waste Disposal - 0 views

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    "Electronics, Fluorescent Bulbs, and Batteries"
Aida Williams

The scoop on waste and recycling centers in SF - 0 views

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    "The scoop on waste and recycling centers in SF "
Joy Scrogum

Government-backed e-waste scheme announced - Australian Information Industry Associatio... - 0 views

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    The Government has outlined a national framework for e-waste to be developed and set in place for all industry organisations from 2011. In a meeting today [11/5/09], the Environmental Protection Heritage Council (EPHC) confirmed the national e-waste management program will be a consistent national policy regulating the disposal of electronic products in Australia including computers, monitors and TVs.
Joy Scrogum

Press Release: Peak technology body applauds national eWaste scheme - 0 views

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    Sydney, AUSTRALIA - 5 November 2009 - The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) welcomes the decision announced by Australia's Environment Ministers through Environmental Protection Heritage Council (EPHC) in Perth today for the creation of a national legislative framework to address eWaste in Australia.
Joy Scrogum

National policy targets e-waste - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) - 0 views

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    Australia: Computers and televisions will be recycled under a new National Waste Policy to be implemented next year.
Aida Williams

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Expands Environmental Commitment With Projector ... - 0 views

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    "Commitment With Projector Recycling Program"
Joy Scrogum

MRW - home - headlines - 0 views

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    UK: The Environment Agency is to lead a new international crime group as part of Interpol to help tackle illegal dumping of electrical waste on developing countries. The Interpol Global Crime Group is a worldwide intelligence-led operation which includes environmental crime investigators in the United States and Europe such as the US Environmental Protection Agency. The group will investigate links between organised criminal networks and the "waste tourists" travelling to countries like Britain to arrange the export of waste to developing countries.
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