[LINK] China Blocks Vital Exports to Japan - or not?

Tom Worthington tom.worthington at tomw.net.au
Mon Sep 27 08:50:46 EST 2010


On 2010/Sep/25, at 6:41 PM, Fernando Cassia wrote:
> ... If all those rare minerals end up on landfills  ...

There are some schemes in place for recycling of e-waste in Australia, 
including computers and mobile phones. Also e-waste is assumed to be 
"hazardous waste", so it is illegal to put it in landfill. It is also 
illegal to transport it across an international border, without a 
government licence.

See the chapter "Materials Use" in my book "Green Technology
Strategies", for more details:
<http://www.tomw.net.au/green/materials.shtml>.


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