Draft legislation would force electronic goods manufacturers to pay for countries to collect 85 per cent of e-waste
Tighter rules governing the handling of electronic waste could soon be introduced across Europe, after MEPs yesterday voted through new targets for the collection, recycling and reuse of waste electronic...
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