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Mihai , Florin-Constatin; Gnoni , Maria-Grazia (2016)
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: electronics, JEL : K.K3.K32, JEL : Q - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics • Environmental and Ecological Economics/Q.Q5 - Environmental Economics/Q.Q5.Q52 - Pollution Control Adoption and Costs • Distributional Effects • Employment Effects, Ecology, Environment, Umweltverschmutzung, J18 - Public Policy, JEL : O.O1.O17, JEL : Q.Q5, 29900, JEL : P.P2, Pollution, JEL : O.O1.O14, [ SHS.ECO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Economies and finances, waste processing, gesundheitliche Folgen, [SHS.ECO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Economies and finances, O14 - Industrialization ; Manufacturing and Service Industries ; Choice of Technology, [ SPI.TRON ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electronics, [ SDE.IE ] Environmental Sciences/Environmental Engineering, Wirtschaftssektoren, Ökologie und Umwelt, JEL : P - Economic Systems/P.P2 - Socialist Systems and Transitional Economies, K32 - Environmental, Health, and Safety Law, JEL : Q.Q5.Q56, 20900, Sustainability, [ SHS.GEO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Geography, JEL : Q.Q5.Q52, sustainable development, JEL : O - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth/O.O1 - Economic Development/O.O1.O14 - Industrialization • Manufacturing and Service Industries • Choice of Technology, JEL : Q - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics • Environmental and Ecological Economics/Q.Q5 - Environmental Economics/Q.Q5.Q56 - Environment and Development • Environment and Trade • Sustainability • Environmental Accounts and Accounting • Environmental Equity • Population Growth, F10 - General, 10900, [SHS.GESTION] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration, 50200, circular economy, [ SHS.GESTION ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration, [SHS.ENVIR] Humanities and Social Sciences/Environmental studies, I15 - Health and Economic Development, [SHS.GEO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Geography, Wirtschaft, waste disposal, JEL : O - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth/O.O1 - Economic Development/O.O1.O17 - Formal and Informal Sectors • Shadow Economy • Institutional Arrangements, Entsorgung, I18 - Government Policy ; Regulation ; Public Health, Abfallverwertung, environmental impact, health consequences, [SPI.MECA] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Mechanics [physics.med-ph], JEL : K - Law and Economics/K.K3 - Other Substantive Areas of Law/K.K3.K32 - Environmental, Health, and Safety Law, recycling management, [ SDE.ES ] Environmental Sciences/Environmental and Society, Ecology, Economic Sectors, Elektroindustrie, Elektronik, waste management, electrical industry, Abfallwirtschaft, [ SPI.MECA ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Mechanics [physics.med-ph], Konsum, E-waste, Recycling, [SDE.ES] Environmental Sciences/Environmental and Society, consumption, [SPI.TRON] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electronics, Ökologie, R12 - Size and Spatial Distributions of Regional Economic Activity, [ SHS.ENVIR ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Environmental studies, Economics, Kreislaufwirtschaft, Umweltbelastung, environmental pollution, F64 - Environment, nachhaltige Entwicklung, JEL : Q - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics • Environmental and Ecological Economics/Q.Q5 - Environmental Economics, [SDE.IE] Environmental Sciences/Environmental Engineering
Identifiers:doi:10.5772/64596
International audience; Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment management (E-waste or WEEE) is a crucial issue in the solid waste management sector with global interconnections between well-developed, transitional and developing countries. Consumption society and addiction to technology dictate the daily life in high and middle-income countries where population consumes large amounts of EEE products (electrical and electronic equipment) which sooner become e-waste. This fraction is a fast-growing waste stream which needs special treatment and management due to the toxic potential of public health and environment. On the other hand, the e-waste contains valuable materials which may be recovered (precious metals, Cu) reused and recycled (metals, plastics) by various industries mitigating the consumption of natural resources. The new challenge of e-waste management system is to shift the paradigm from a toxic pollution source to a viable resource in the context of sustainable development.
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