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North American Environmental Compliance Attitudes Towards Electronics

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Author(s)

Krista Botsford, John V. Messina, Eric D. Simmon

Abstract

More and more countries are beginning eco-compliance legislation for electronics products. Where does the USA stand? This paper will discuss the following areas and attitudes towards environmental compliance in the USA: levels of legislation, who is (or should be) responsible, industry association involvement, and industry standards development.
Proceedings Title
North American Environmental Compliance Attitudes Towards Electronics
Conference Dates
June 4-6, 2007
Conference Location
Singapore, 1, SN

Keywords

RoHS, WEEE, sustainability, recycling, material declaration

Citation

Botsford, K. , Messina, J. and Simmon, E. (2007), North American Environmental Compliance Attitudes Towards Electronics, North American Environmental Compliance Attitudes Towards Electronics, Singapore, 1, SN (Accessed May 30, 2024)

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Created June 5, 2007, Updated October 12, 2021