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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Dell Product Stewardship Program [PDF]
Abstract: Presentation on Dell's efforts to use energy optimized software, their environmentally preferred materials initiative, and packaging reduction efforts.
Source: Dell Computer Corporation
Abstract: E-Cycle Washington is a new program that provides responsible recycling of computers, monitors and TVs in the state, as required by law, and operated by a collaborative of manufacturers, government, retailers, and NGOs.
Source: Northwest Product Stewardship Council
EPEAT International Registry
Abstract: EPEAT is a system that helps purchasers evaluate, compare and select electronic products based on their environmental attributes. The system currently covers desktop and laptop computers, thin clients, workstations and computer monitors.
Source: Green Electronics Council
Facts and Figures on E Waste and Recycling
Abstract: Statistics on the amount of electronic waste generated, discarded, recycled, or stockpiled or stored, in the U.S.
Source: Electronics TakeBack Coalition
Sustainability Through Servicizing
Abstract: By S. Rothenberg, article suggests that by “servicizing,” suppliers change business models from selling products to providing services, thereby turning demand for reduced material use into a strategic opportunity.
Source: MIT Sloan Management Review
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