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Table of Contents
Background and Overview
Reasons for Product Stewardship
Types and Examples of Product Stewardship
Principles of Product Stewardship
Case Studies and Examples
Where to Go for P2 Help
Complete List of Links

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Batteries / Economic incentives / Electronic components / Electronic industry / Electronic office machines / Heavy metals / Incentives / Mercury / Packaging / Paint / Pharmaceutical industry / Pharmaceutical waste / Products / Recycled products / Recycling (Waste, etc.) / Toxic chemicals / Toxicity


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E-Cycle Washington
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
URL: http://www.ecyclewashington.org

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
URL: http://www.epeat.net/

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
URL: http://sloanreview.mit.edu/the-magazine/2007-winter/48216/su
stainability-through-servicizing/

 


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