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China never to return to e-scrap import levels of the past, says trade association

As a result of China’s National Sword initiative, the country’s importation of e-scrap will never return to how it was in the past, according to Dr Steve …

WEEE: Reviewing a year of change

Speaking at a recent APSRG event held at the House of Commons, looking at the effects of the recast WEEE Directive, Dr Philip Morton gave a positive account of …

Plasma facility to extract gold from WEEE

In early March a consortium of UK firms launched what seems a potentially ground-breaking project to help unlock the value found in discarded electronic …

Harmonisation of packaging waste, WEEE and batteries welcomed

The UK government is to review proposals to harmonise the producer responsibility regimes for packaging, waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and …

Wass up at Repic

Repic, the waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) producer compliance scheme, has appointed a new business development manager. Michelle Wass joins …

Improved rules on the collection and treatment of e-waste have come into force

E-waste (or WEEE) is one the fastest-growing waste streams and offers substantial opportunities in terms of making secondary raw materials available on the …

E-waste to spark opportunities

THE electrical recycling market is expected to provide major opportunities in the next few years according to a new report. E-waste represents one of the …




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