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WEEE Creating a Recycling Boon

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry
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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   5/14/2014 8:03:22 PM
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It's clear that Europe is ahead of the US in this and we should take some lessons from it. I wonder what has caused the big gap in interest and action?

t.alex
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companies should be more proactive
t.alex   5/13/2014 9:47:18 AM
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Leading consumer electronics companies should take more active roles and be pioneers in e-waste recycling. By doing so, consumers will be more educated about e-waste in general.



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