United States: Armed with a US$ 3.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation, researchers at the universities of Purdue and Tuskegee in the USA have initiated an international campaign to make electronics more environmentally friendly without compromising their quality. The researchers have united behind the Global Traineeship in Sustainable Electronics program, which will run..

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Sustainable supply chains are increasingly becoming strategic for executives, employees and consumers, but bring along a number of challenges – including constant innovation, the realization that it is a process with mid-term gains and that sustainability advances quickly become obsolete especially in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector, where products are replaced in very..

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For some products, recycling is more involved than finding your closest blue bin. This is especially true with electronics recycling, where a little research is required to make sure that you are recycling products responsibly. Increased government regulation and official certification of recyclers both help make this possible. Of all the products brought to market..

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