Seven meter tall, 3.3 ton sculpture made from the amount of waste electrical and electronic products that an average U.K. citizen throws away in their lifetime.
Ecycling electronic waste is critical for preserving landfill space and for ensuring that hazardous materials used to make electronics are properly disposed. Click on your state to find reuse, recycling, and donation programs across the U.S.
Campaign to make computer producers responsible for the safe design, manufacturing, and recycling of their equipment.
Knowledge resources for e-waste recycling focussing on developing and transition countries. Site provides case studies of countries including Switzerland, India, China, and South Africa, as well as statistics of e-waste materials, news, and discusssion forum.
IT and Environment Initiative
Describes a project working to understand and manage the effects of information technology on environmental issues including the production, use, and disposal of computers.
GreenFund Network, The
Association of businesses, groups, and individuals involved in conservation and resource management through printer cartridge recycling.
Fight Against E-Waste, The
Guide to e-waste discusses the problem of non-biodegradable waste in landfills and posts news and opportunities for recycling electronic products.
Charitable Recycling Program
Refurbishes cell phones and sends them to people in need in the U.S. and emerging countries, disposing of unusable phones in an ecologically sounds manner.