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H.R.2284 Responsible Electronics Recycling Act, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 29, 2011 Referred to the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment.

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  • 0% of users oppose H.R.2284

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    • Basel Action Network

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    • Electronics TakeBack Coalition

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    • Campaign For Recycling

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    • Dell

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    • Gene Green Political Machine | ASU Capital Scholars 2012 - June 28, 2012 by nyenina - Recently, Congressman Green and Houston City Councilman Ed Gonzalez joined together to host a collection drive of unwanted electronic products (“e-waste”). Earlier this session, Congressman Green introduced H.R. 2284, ...

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      As noted by nyenina on June 28, 2012, "Recently, Congressman Green and Houston City Councilman Ed Gonzalez joined together to host a collection drive of unwanted electronic products (“e-waste”). Earlier this session, Congressman Green introduced H.R. 2284, ..." (/url?q=http://capitalscholars.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/gene-green-political-machine/&sa=U&ei=wbf0T9_IFemY2wXW5vjJBg&ved=0CCUQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNHEEO7cI5ADBs7oi5eN6ANCAb3pTQ)
    • Gene Green Political Machine | ASU Capital Scholars 2012 - June 28, 2012 by nyenina - Recently, Congressman Green and Houston City Councilman Ed Gonzalez joined together to host a collection drive of unwanted electronic products (“e-waste”). Earlier this session, Congressman Green introduced H.R. 2284, ...

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      As noted by nyenina on June 28, 2012, "Recently, Congressman Green and Houston City Councilman Ed Gonzalez joined together to host a collection drive of unwanted electronic products (“e-waste”). Earlier this session, Congressman Green introduced H.R. 2284, ..." (/url?q=http://capitalscholars.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/gene-green-political-machine/&sa=U&ei=xxDyT9qAF4TW2gX1reyAAg&ved=0CCAQmAEwAQ&usg=AFQjCNElKWlh1pCwdrY41M23IzweDuNMCQ)
    • Gene Green Political Machine | ASU Capital Scholars 2012 - June 27, 2012 by nyenina - Recently, Congressman Green and Houston City Councilman Ed Gonzalez joined together to host a collection drive of unwanted electronic products (“e-waste”). Earlier this session, Congressman Green introduced H.R. 2284, ...

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      As noted by nyenina on June 27, 2012, "Recently, Congressman Green and Houston City Councilman Ed Gonzalez joined together to host a collection drive of unwanted electronic products (“e-waste”). Earlier this session, Congressman Green introduced H.R. 2284, ..." (/url?q=http://capitalscholars.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/gene-green-political-machine/&sa=U&ei=N84JUMLvMrCl2AW8_dDmBw&ved=0CDgQmAEwBg&usg=AFQjCNGnRFZnw4fIlaxEmTxYbODebqQZ-Q)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • Can government turn gold in computers to green? - July 18, 2012 by GCN.com - They’re also exposed to toxins. The H.R. 2284 Responsible Electronics Recycling Act would tighten up regulations and make it harder for the government and even private companies to dump old PCs and phones overseas. Initially launched with a ...

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      As noted by GCN.com on July 18, 2012, "They’re also exposed to toxins. The H.R. 2284 Responsible Electronics Recycling Act would tighten up regulations and make it harder for the government and even private companies to dump old PCs and phones overseas. Initially launched with a ..." (http://gcn.com/articles/2012/07/18/can-government-turn-gold-in-computers-into-green.aspx)
    • Toxic trade: why junk electronics should be big business - July 17, 2012 by Ars Technica - However, the 112th Congress's H.R. 2284: Responsible Electronics Recycling Act appears to have stalled. Though the European Union has banned e-waste exports since the mid-1990s, the trade has continued under the guise of exportation for reuse ...

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      As noted by Ars Technica on July 17, 2012, "However, the 112th Congress's H.R. 2284: Responsible Electronics Recycling Act appears to have stalled. Though the European Union has banned e-waste exports since the mid-1990s, the trade has continued under the guise of exportation for reuse ..." (http://arstechnica.com/science/2012/07/toxic-trade-why-junk-electronics-should-be-big-business/)
    • Rep. Green to host Electronic Waste Collection Drive - May 18, 2012 by TMCnet - Green. Earlier this session, Congressman Green introduced H.R. 2284, "The Responsible Electronics Recycling Act," in response to growing concerns about improper recycling practices of discarded consumer electronic products. The bill would ...

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      As noted by TMCnet on May 18, 2012, "Green. Earlier this session, Congressman Green introduced H.R. 2284, "The Responsible Electronics Recycling Act," in response to growing concerns about improper recycling practices of discarded consumer electronic products. The bill would ..." (http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2012/05/18/6311511.htm)
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