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A Guide to Environmentally Preferable Computer Purchasing
Abstract: This page contains a discussion of environmental problems and possible alternatives with electronic components. The Web site includes a summary of environmental rating systems from various governments and organizations. The Northwest Product Stewardship Council is a group of government organizations that works with businesses and nonprofit groups to integrate product stewardship principles into policy and economic structures of the Pacific Northwest.
Source: Northwest Product Stewardship Council Guide
IAER Certified Electronics Recycler
Abstract: The International Association of Electronics Recyclers certification standard is a comprehensive set of requirements that includes third-party audits of electronics recycling facilities to achieve the designation of Certified Electronics Recycler.
Source: International Association of Electronics Recyclers
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Hub Last Updated: 10/23/2006