13 Apr '11, 5pm

Electronics Giants Pledge to Recycle a Billion Pounds

“This unique industry-led approach transcends the patchwork of current state recycling regulations with an aggressive set of industry goals and standards,” said Walter Alcorn, CEA’s vice president of environmental affairs and industry sustainability. “Through the eCycling Leadership Initiative, the consumer electronics industry is moving toward a national solution and away from the costly and confusing patchwork of state regulations.”

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/04/13/electronics...

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