Contents of the Special Report

Special feature

E-Waste Special Main Article
Something’s cooking in a forgotten corner of the province of Zheijiang, China -and it’s the perfect recipe for a health and environment disaster.

Manufacturing an e-waste solution
Some Canadian IT vendors believe responsible recycling should not be a wasted effort.

Related articles

Schools face old PC disposal dilemma
Industry Canada’s Computers for Schools (CFS) program has been a 13-year beneficiary for obsolete computers.

Harmonizing e-waste management
Ever wonder where all the thousands of defunct PC monitors, television sets, keyboards, VCRs and other electronic waste end up?

Hong Kong must tackle the problem of e-waste
Hong Kong does not have comprehensive recycling legislation.

E-waste recycling options increase
Recycling aged electronics always feels like a chore, especially when you’re trying to do it with little or no expense of time and money.

Xerox saves toner and energy with nanotechnology
Researchers at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) received the 2005 Best Emerging Technology Award from CATAAlliance.

More selfishness
The problem is that PCs and cell phones, along with products such as televisions, cause serious pollution because of the neurotoxins and carcinogens used and released in their production and disposal.

White papers

White paper: Electronics end-of-life management
The Manufacturer’s Coalition for Responsible Recycling (Coalition) is a group of electronics companies that have come together out of a belief that the Advanced Recovery Fee (ARF) is the best approach to financing management of end-of-life electronics at the state and national levels.

Reader Resources

10 queries on e-waste recycle
Ask 10 questions to ensure that your e-waste is being recycled and not exported.