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Date:12/15/2013

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Solving the E-waste Problem fosters inclusive solutions-oriented dialogue, cooperation and consensus by providing a global platform for sharing information, knowledge and recommendations founded on expert scientific research and members' experiences.

The initiative works internationally with receptive external partners to develop fair and objective policies to stimulate and demonstrate practical, measured and effective responses to e-waste prevention, management and processes and leads the e-waste management discussion worldwide by providing a scientific basis from which to inform and actively change the awareness, knowledge, attitudes and behavior of the international business and consumer public.


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Contact: Terry Collins
tc@tca.tc
416-878-8712
United Nations University

Ruediger Kuehr
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49-228-815-0213/-0271
Head UNU-ISP SCYCLE & Executive Secretary StEP

Shereen Kandil
kandil.shereen@epa.gov
202-564-6433
US Environmental Protection Agency
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