Waste Crime – Addressing Gaps in the Global E-Waste System

A staggering 60% to 90% of wastes are illegally traded or dumped, according to a new UNEP report
Posted On 23 May 2015
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Illegally Dumped E-Waste Worth up to $19 Billion Annually

Inconsistency in Cross-Border Regulations Challenge to Effective Control of Illegal Waste Trafficking
Posted On 14 May 2015
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Global E-waste hits new peak in 2014 – US and China account for a third of world total

Global E-waste exceeds 40 million metric tonnes in 2014 representing $52 billion in recoverable resources lost.
Posted On 20 Apr 2015
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Waste-to-energy revolution boosted by biobattery idea

New processes to turn waste products into renewable energy that can power cars, planes and turbines are rapidly being developed across the world.
Posted On 04 Mar 2015
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No relief from constant nuclear headache

No country has solved the problem of how to deal with waste that remains dangerous to humans for thousands of years.
Posted On 27 Jan 2015
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It’s time to tackle construction and demolition waste

On a per capita basis Canadians generate more wastes than another country in the world
Posted On 06 Jan 2015
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What’s wrong with the circular economy?

Study examines financing barriers facing circular economy business models
Posted On 21 Nov 2014
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