e-Waste Association of South Africa (eWASA) is a platform for recycling of electrical and electronic waste in South Africa. The non-profit organization collects and recycles old electric and electronic equipment form private consumers and companies. Read more
Basel Action Network provides up to date news stories, media/press releases and reports on e-waste. Read more
The European Union Network for the Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law (IMPEL) aims to ensure that all those involved in the international trade in waste are aware of and comply with their international obligations under international law. IMPEL TFS maximizes this by employing the combined resources of the Waste Shipment Regulation Competent authorities to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of regulation and enforcement to protect the environment: See IMPEL TFS E-Waste Project
This site contains US EPA related programmes and resources on e-waste including guides and good management practices, facts about e-waste, conferences and events and links to other e-waste web sites and organizations. More details
StEP - an initiative of various UN organizations with the overall aim to solve the e-waste problem. Together with prominent members from industry, governments, international organizations (UNEP/StEP Report
), NGOs and the science sector actively participating in StEP, they initiate and facilitate approaches towards the sustainable handling of e-waste. Read more
This UNEP publication focuses on the significance and possibilities of getting resources back out of e-waste through a sustainable technology transfer in the field of recycling. It provides an analysis of the transfer potential of relevant technologies in the recycling sector in selected developing countries. Hazardous elements present in e-waste are duly considered, and their proper handling and treatment is addressed to prevent environmental or health impacts. Read more
This Bulletin describes the trend in the production of electrical and electronic devices, their re-use, recycling and or disposal in developing countries and the risks they could bring to human health and the environment. Read More
This is a Swiss e-waste management system which provides a convenient and cost efficient disposal service covering an entire range of electrical and electronic products. Click here
for more information
The Electronics TakeBack Coalition (ETBC) promotes green design and responsible recycling in the electronics industry. Their website provides an overview of the problems of electronic and e-waste and how the latter is badly managed.
The ewasteguide.info - a knowledge base for the sustainable recycling of e-Waste. This guide is developed as part of the "Global Knowledge Partnerships in e-Waste Recycling" programme, initiated by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) and implemented by the Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research (Empa).