14 Apr '11, 8pm

Electronics Companies Vow to Triple E-Cycling Rates

eCycling Leadership Initiative and was coordinated by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). Some of the major companies that have signed on to increase their e-cycling efforts include Best Buy, Toshiba and Sony, but the project will see a wide range of players all working together to meet the goal.

Full article: http://www.ecogeek.org/recycling/3481-electronics-compani...

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