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H.R.6252 Responsible Electronics Recycling Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 29, 2010 Referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

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    • Going Green With Electronics in the New Year - January 02, 2011 by AB :: Your Entertainment Network - The ISRI opposes HR 6252, The Responsible Electronics Recycling Act, proposed legislation that calls for a ban on the exportation of e-waste to developing countries—non-hazardous or working electronics parts would be allowed to be ...

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      As noted by AB :: Your Entertainment Network on January 02, 2011, "The ISRI opposes HR 6252, The Responsible Electronics Recycling Act, proposed legislation that calls for a ban on the exportation of e-waste to developing countries—non-hazardous or working electronics parts would be allowed to be ..." (http://www.aboxcafe.com/forums/showthread.php?t=43700)
    • Going Green With Electronics in the New Year - Patch - January 01, 2011 by Hr Articles - Going Green With Electronics in the New Year Patch The ISRI opposes HR 6252, The Responsible Electronics Recycling Act, proposed legislation that calls for a ban on the exportation of e-waste to developing … and more »

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      As noted by Hr Articles on January 01, 2011, "Going Green With Electronics in the New Year Patch The ISRI opposes HR 6252, The Responsible Electronics Recycling Act, proposed legislation that calls for a ban on the exportation of e-waste to developing … and more »" (http://hrarticle.com/2011/01/going-green-with-electronics-in-the-new-year-patch/)
    • 1st World Trash, 3rd World Victims « Yes I Care: My Take on the World - December 27, 2010 by Yes I Care: My Take on the World - Get Congress to stop illegal dumping in developing countries: HR 6252, or the Responsible Electronics Recycling Act, was referred to Congressional committees earlier this year. Contact your representative to let him/her know how you ...

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      As noted by Yes I Care: My Take on the World on December 27, 2010, "Get Congress to stop illegal dumping in developing countries: HR 6252, or the Responsible Electronics Recycling Act, was referred to Congressional committees earlier this year. Contact your representative to let him/her know how you ..." (http://yesicare.wordpress.com/2010/12/29/1st-world-trash/)

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