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  • n. Discarded electronic equipment.

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Examples

  • One study pointed to recycled circuit board solder as the source after Weidenhamer's team matched the chemical component of the jewelry and compared it to lead solder samples collected from an e-scrap workshop in the Chinese province of Zhejiang.

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  • Applications: tires, rubber processing & energy recovery, ferrous & non-ferrous materials, solid waste processing, batteries, paper products processing, e-scrap

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  • "For years, [the e-scrap and e-waste problem] was a dirty little secret, both on the production and disposal side -- it's an energy and materials intensive industry, many of which are extremely toxic," said Robin Schneider, vice chair of the Electronics Take-Back Coalition and executive director of the Texas Campaign for the Environment.

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  • Given the infrastructure expense and technology skills required to create proper facilities for efficient and environmentally sound metal recovery, the report suggests facilitating exports of critical e-scrap fractions like circuit boards or btteries from smaller countries to OECD-level, certified end-processors.

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  • His business has already expanded into recycling e-scrap, which includes cellular phones, copiers, fax machines, printers and more.

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  • A manager at EnviroServe, a government-endorsed e-scrap recycling and management firm, recently

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  • * Given the infrastructure expense and technology skills required to create proper facilities for efficient and environmentally sound metal recovery, the report suggests facilitating exports of critical e-scrap fractions like circuit boards or btteries from smaller countries to OECD-level, certified end-processors.

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  • ModusLink's Suite of Sustainable Value Chain Solutions is designed to improve global supply chain procedures through sustainable packaging design, Greenhouse Gas GHG footprinting, network optimization, e-scrap and repair services and value recovery.

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  • This figure represents money generated through reclamation of valuable materials from e-scrap.

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  • Although some jurisdictions, notably Washington State, passed legislation regarding the handling and disposal of e-waste and e-scrap, a national policy from Congress is needed to address this burgeoning challenge.

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