Elecrical and Electronic Equipment

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Peer-reviewed Article
In Waste Management
Tsydenova, Oyuna
This review paper summarizes the existing knowledge on the chemical hazards associated with recycling and other end-of-life treatment options of waste electrical and electronic equipment (e-waste). The hazards arise from the presence of heavy metals (e.g., mercury, cadmium, lead, etc.), flame retardants (e.g., pentabromophenol, polybrominated...

Inproved Information on substances in elecrical and electronic equipment (EEE) for safe and efficient recycling: Exploring a regional system for information exchange between the production and recycling stages of EEE

14th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, New Delhi