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HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE - HSC DIVISION 20. MISCELLANEOUS HEALTH AND SAFETY PROVISIONS [24000 - 26217] ( Division 20 enacted by Stats. 1939, Ch. 60. ) CHAPTER 6.5. Hazardous Waste Control [25100 - 25259] ( Chapter 6.5 added by Stats. 1972, Ch. 1236. ) ARTICLE 10.3. Electronic Waste [25214.9 - 25214.10...
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E-WASTE: a bigger problem than you think - Environmental Law and Policy LLM blog - Stanford Law School logo-footerlogo-fulllogo-stanford-universitylogomenu-closemenuClose IconIcon with an X to denote closing.Play IconPlay icon in a circular border. Menu SLS |SLS Blogs SLS Blogs/Environmental Law and...
DEEP: CT Electronic Recycling Law Governor Dannel P. Malloy | TranslationDisclaimer Home About Us Programs & Services Publications Forms Contact Us Connecticut's Energy Agenda Energy Efficiency Climate Change Renewable Energy Energy Price and Supply Information Energize Connecticut Energy Main Page ...
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Electronic waste in the United States is being addressed with regulations at a state and federal level. The United States Congress considers a number of electronic waste bills, including the National Computer Recycling Act introduced by Congressman Mike Thompson (D-CA). Meanwhile, the main federal l...
E-Cycle Washington - Wikipedia E-Cycle Washington From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search E-Cycle Washington is an electronics recycling program managed by the US state of Washington. It allows consumers and businesses with <50 employees to recycle electronics free of charg...
The Electronic Waste Recycling Act of Cal ALS (EWRA) is a California law to reduce the use of certain hazardous substances in certain electronic products sold in the state. The act was signed into law September All CRT , LCD , and plasma display devices contained in television s, computer s, and oth...
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