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The report negates unsubstantiated claims over the past 10-15 years that 80% of the UEPs collected in the U.S. were being dumped on developing nations and causing toxic waste pids.
Strategically important metals comprise the rare earth elements, the platinum group elements and other main group elements of importance to the UK. Of particular importance are those specialist metals that are vital to advanced manufacturing ...
In an historic step, Australia announced opening the first recycling facilities specifically for treatment of end-of-life electronics.
The US International Trade Commission described foreign used electronics markets as well as domestic activities in "Used Electronic Products: An Examination of U.S. Exports. The report contains data collected from more than 5000 sources nationwide.
Smaller counties that have no trash hauling sevices may have problems with illegal dumping.
Published: 06/01/2012 by Information Office of the State Council - The People’s Republic of China in Government Reports
“We hereby give a presentation to China’s rare -earth metals industry in order to further make the international community with have a better understanding of this issue …"
The Information Technology Industry Council failed in its effort to have WEEE reclassified as "non-waste" to enable exports to developing for reuse, refurbishment and repair.
Published: 10/01/2010 by Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in Government Reports
This report describes the results of an investigation by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) into the health, safety, and environmental compliance practices of Federal Prison Industries’ (FPI) electronic waste (ewaste) recycling program.
China will establish two or three rare-earth enterprises by consolidating companies in the sector.
The U.S. OIntrnational Trade Commissions long-awaited study indicated U.S. sales in 2011 of $19.2 billion with exports of $1.45 billion. The report is based on a nationwide survey of 5200 respondents from all sectors of electronics recycling.
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