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UN Says Electronic Recycling Efforts Are Falling Short of Need

The global production of electronic waste (E-waste) is rising five times faster than current recycling efforts. UN report paints a troubling picture of the world’s current efforts to recycle E-waste efficiently.

EU Funds Project to Prevent E-Waste Fires

The Commission of the European Union (EU) has begun funding research to help reduce...

Scientists Build Circuit Boards Based on Mushrooms

Dealing with the burgeoning problem of electronic waste (e-waste) continues to perplex both environmentalists...

World Economic Forum Releases 25 Facts About Recycling Efforts

Seeking to fill the void with updated information about the current state of global...

EU Parliament, Council Approve Adoption of Common Charger Technology

The European Union (EU) government has taken the next step in efforts to require...
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Report Says E-Waste Will Decline Due to Pandemic

International researchers have determined that one positive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic last year...

Discarded E-Waste Reused in Fashion

As we look for more ways to reduce electronic waste (E-waste) from electrical and...

Federal E-scrap Legislation Introduced

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives have introduced federal legislation that would restrict...

Oregon Considers “Right to Repair” Bill

The U.S. state of Oregon is reportedly considering a bill that would make it...

E-Waste on the Decline, Says Study

A recent study by researchers at the Rochester Institute of Technology paints a more...
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