8 Don't just restrict your e-cycling
habits to phones and computers.
CONTACTS: Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, www.svtc.org; Goodwill, www.goodwill.org; Salvation Army, www.salvationarmy.org; iLoveSchools.com, www.iloveschools.com; National Cristina Foundation, www.cristina.org; GreatNonprofits.org, www.greatnonprofits.org; Freecycle, www.freecycle.org; E-cycling
Central, www.ecyclingcentral.com; Earth911, www.earth911.org; Office Depot, www.officedepot.com; Staples, www.staples.com.
The telecommunication industry sponsors an outstanding resource for information on e-cycling
computers, televisions and other electronic equipment.
Hesstech of Edison, New Jersey managed the e-cycling
efforts in all six regions.
That's right, the hottest topic was e-waste, e-cycling
and the far-reaching "greening" of the electronics industry.
Plug-In partners have taken various approaches--either national or regional--to give individuals e-cycling
Transnational Publishers (Ardsley, NY) has produced "E-Cycling
: Linking Trade and Environmental Law in the EC and the U.S.," a new book that is targeted to practitioners and other professionals involved in the legal issues surrounding environmental protection and free trade.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), highlighted the success of the EPA's Plug-in to E-cycling
program, and presented awards to the program's corporate partners: Best Buy, Cingular, Dell, eBay, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, JVC, NEC, Philips, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, and Staples, who together recycled more than 34 million pounds of electronics in 2006.
DRMS provides good stewardship of taxpayer dollars and the environment by e-cycling
computer components--everything except the beep!