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[GreenYes] Re: E-Waste Inquiry


Title: [GreenYes] Re: E-Waste Inquiry

I'd suggest looking at the NorthEast Recycling council's oublication
on "Setting Up & Operating
Electronics Recycling/Reuse Programs: A Manual for Municipalities &
Counties
which is on their web page at http://www.nerc.org/documents/survey/index.html

On May 22, 2:29 pm, "Bob Wallace" <bwall...@no.address>
wrote:
> Hi All:
>
> I'd like to get a better understanding of e-waste recycling is working from
> the perspective of an industry participant, and to also understand the
> impact of national retailers starting to get involved in the market.
>
> Also, we have a client that is interested in starting a e-waste program in
> their local community.  Below are a few questions they have that I thought
> you might be able to help us with:
>
> ~ Do you know of any place I might find some research or market information
> on the establishment of a local electronics recycling program?
>
> ~ How does a local program cover the cost of collection and transportation
> on a large scale?
>
> ~ After collection what is the most effective method for allocation of the
> material? Is it best collected and send to someone else for dispersal or
> does it make more financial sense to collect and sort the material for
> maximum value?
>
> ~ What is the best source for information related to local codes for
> collection of electronics waste material?
>
> Thanks for any information you can provide.
>
> Best Regards,
>
> Bob
>
> Bob Wallace
>
> Principal & V.P. Business Solutions
>
> WIH Resource Group
>
> Environmental & Logistical SolutionsTM
>
> Phone:  480.241.9994 ~ Fax:  623.505.2634
>
> E-mail:  bwall...@no.address
>
> Website:  www.wihresourcegroup.com
>
> Website:  www.wastesavings.net


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