Study: Voluntary works best

Truini, Joe
September 2002
Waste News;9/16/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p11
Trade Publication
Reports the effectiveness of implementing a voluntary electronics recycling programs at a business enterprise in the U.S. Role of competition in developing collection and recycling programs; Improvement of labor productivity; Business advantages from pollution prevention and waste management.


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