Green Desgin vs. Greenwashing Green design would make the world better, but greenwashing just pretends to.
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Green Chemistry vs. Toxic Technology It’s better to prevent toxic waste than to have to figure out how to keep it from hurting us later. Learn More >>
Designed to Last vs. Designed for the Dump In the U.S. we throw away over 3 million tons of e-waste every year. Only 15% is recycled.
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Responsible Recycling vs. E-waste Dumping Dumping our e-waste in developing countries is not “recycling.” Learn More >>
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News Amazon, Best Buy and the free rider problem

“This means, to put it bluntly, that Best Buy is collecting trash generated by Amazon, Walmart and other competitors.”

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Is There a Business Case for Product Take-Back?

May 5, 2015, Triple Pundit: “A lot of the new consumer electronics like tablets and smartphones are made in such a way that they are not economically recyclable. It costs more to take them apart to remove the battery than you can earn in commodities from recycling.”

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