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Discover Magazine Questions the Presidential Candidates

September 26th, 2008
By Melissa Lafsky Discover Magazine

Media Center – Press Coverage Discover Magazine September 26th 2008 By MELISSA LAFSKY Discover Magazine Questions the Presidential Candidates Discover contributor Thomas Kostigen put five questions to the Presidential candidates. Here is the specific e-waste question and the candidates’ answers. Discover Magazine’s Question: While the number of landfills in the United States has shrunk over …

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States: Keep old TVs out of landfills

August 19th, 2008
By Wendy Koch USA Today

Media Center – Press Coverage States: Keep old TVs out of landfills USA Today August 19th 2008 By Wendy Koch As the switch to digital TV nears, concern about old TVs piling up in landfills has prompted state and local governments to develop recycling programs. New York City and 11 states have passed laws, including …

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E-Waste Recycling Faces Challenges Critics say

April 30th, 2008
By Grant Gross Computer World

Media Center – Press Coverage Computer World April 30, 2008 12:27 PM PDT By Grant Gross E-waste recycling faces challenges, critics say IDG News Service WASHINGTON — Many discarded electronic devices in the U.S. wind up being dismantled overseas using crude and unsafe methods, partly because of a lack of markets for some electronic materials, …

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Politicos ponder new action against e-waste

April 30th, 2008
By Anne Broache News.com

Media Center – Press Coverage News.com April 30, 2008 12:27 PM PDT Posted by Anne Broache Politicos ponder new action against e-waste What to do about millions of tons of unwanted electronics, like the heap pictured here? That’s the question that U.S. Congress members continue to ponder, albeit with little action so far. (Credit: Silicon …

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Ewaste: Whose Problem Is IT?

March 17th, 2008
By Olga Kharif BusinessWeek

Media Center – Press Coverage BusinessWeek, March 17, 2008 by Olga Kharif E-Waste: Whose Problem Is It? As more states mandate e-recycling, the financial burden is shifting from consumers to manufacturers In a movement that may make it easier for consumers to recycle old computers and TVs, states are stepping up pressure on electronics manufacturers …

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