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Subject: Re: design for environment

Date: 06/01/00 at 3:58 AM
Posted by: Roger Viles
E-mail: roger.viles@wwgsolutions.com
Message Posted:

In Reply to: design for environment posted by Sangsun Ha on 05/10/00 at 4:02 AM:

The imminent European Directive on Waste in Electrical and Electronic Equipment requires design for the environment.
See draft trext at: http://www.eia.org/GRD/EIC/weee3.html

The international industry association for recycling has published guidelines:
Design for recycling electronic and electrical equipment

See page http://www.icer.org.uk/menu.htm

and instructions below on how to get the Guidelines.

Hope this helps,


Copies of the ICER Guidelines: Design for Recycling Electronic and
Electrical Equipment, are available, price ?0.00 plus postage and
packing, from Pam Gibson, ICER, 6 Bath Place, Rivington Street,
London EC2A 3JE (0)171 457 5022, fax: (0)171 457 5038. Please
make cheque/bank draft/international money order in sterling
payable to ICER Ltd.

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