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Environmentalists and Consumer Groups Applaud Dell’s Policy on E-Waste Export

May 12th, 2009

Environmentalists and consumer groups applauded Dell for its announcement today of a policy that prohibits the export of toxic electronic waste to any developing country.

The Electronics TakeBack Coalition, which promotes responsible recycling and green design in the electronics industry, lauded Dell’s e-waste policy as the highest standard in the industry.

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Oregon’s electronics recycling too successful for some manufacturers

May 12th, 2009
By Scott Learn The Oregonian

Media Center – Press Coverage Oregon’s electronics recycling too successful for some manufacturers by Scott Learn, The Oregonian, May 12, 2009 Less than five months in, Oregon’s free electronics recycling program is collecting too much too fast for the largest manufacturer group involved, prompting it to ask the Oregon recyclers it works with to dial …

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Dell Spells Out E-Waste Policy: If It’s Broken, Don’t Export It

May 12th, 2009
By Matthew Wheeland Greener Computing

Media Center – Press Coverage Greener Computing By Matthew Wheeland, May 12, 2009 Dell Spells Out E-Waste Policy: If It’s Broken, Don’t Export It ROUND ROCK, Texas — Dell today upped the ante on the information technology (IT) industry’s efforts to responsibly deal with broken, outdated or discarded technology with a simple but comprehensive company-wide …

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Dell Bans E-Waste Exporting to Developing Nations

May 12th, 2009
By Jessica Mintz Washington Post

Media Center – Press Coverage Washington Post Dell bans e-waste export to developing countries By JESSICA MINTZ The Associated Press Tuesday, May 12, 2009; 1:56 PM SEATTLE — PC maker Dell Inc. formally banned on Tuesday the export of broken computers, monitors and parts to developing countries amid complaints that lax enforcement of environmental and …

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