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 The “Green e-Waste Channel” as an environmentally friendly and socially responsible concept to manage e-waste in emerging economies. R’07 World Congress, Recovery of Materials and Energy for Resource Efficiency,.. 2007.
 Used and end-of-life electrical and electronic equipment imported into Liberia. e-Waste Africa project of the Secretariat of the Basel Convention. :18.. 2012.
 The Swiss Global e-Waste Programme. Waste Management Conference (WasteCon2008).. 2008.
 RoHS substances in mixed plastics from Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. European WEEE Forum. :99.. 2010.
[doi:10.1021/es202518n] RoHS regulated Substances in Mixed Plastics from Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Environmental Science & Technology. 46:628-635.. 2012.
 A review of the environmental fate and effects of hazardous substances released from electrical and electronic equipments during recycling: Examples from China and India. Environmental Impact Assessment Review. 30(1):28–41.. 2010.
 Recycling of Plastics from Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) – Tentative Results of a Swiss Study. R'09 World Congress.. 2009.
 Recycling - from e-waste to resources, Sustainable innovation and technology transfer industrial sector studies. United Nations Environment Programme. :120.. 2009.
 One laptop per child, local refurbishment or overseas donations? Sustainability assessment of computer supply scenarios for schools in Colombia Journal of Environmental Management. 90(11):3498-3511.. 2009.
 A Material Recovery Facility in Cape Town, South Africa, as a replicable concept for sustainable e-waste management and recycling in developing countries. 2008 Global Symposium on Recycling, Waste Treatment and Clean Technology.. 2008.
 Market potential of innovative e-waste recycling technologies in developing countries. R'09 World Congress.. 2009.
Legislating e-waste management: progress from various countries. elni Review. 1+2/06:27-36.. 2006.
 Insights from a decade of development cooperation in e-waste management. First International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Sustainability. :45-51.. 2003.
 Ghana e-Waste Country Assessment. Secretariat of the Basel Convention. :123.. 2011.
 Economic Feasibility of e-Waste Treatment in Tanzania. United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).. 2012.
 E-waste management in Africa - Rising up the political agenda. Recycling International. April. 2009.
 e-Waste in Kenya: baseline assessment. Waste Management Conference (WasteCon2008).. 2008.
 e-Waste generation and management in Uganda. Waste Management Conference (WasteCon2008).. 2008.
 e-Waste Country Assessment Nigeria. e-Waste Africa project of the Secretariat of the Basel Convention. :94.. 2012.
 e-Waste Assessment Tanzania. UNIDO e-waste initiative for Tanzania. :75.. 2011.
 e-Waste Assessment Methodology - Training & Reference Manual. State Secretariat of Economic Affairs. :106.. 2012.
 The development of a Cape Town based regional integrated e-waste management facility- a replicable concept for sustainable e-waste management in developing countries. Waste Management Conference (WasteCon2008).. 2008.
[blaser_current_2011] Current situation and economic feasibility of e-waste recycling in Morocco. Hewlett Packard. :86.. 2011.
[Wang2012] The Best-of-2-Worlds philosophy: Developing local dismantling and global infrastructure network for sustainable e-waste treatment in emerging economies. Waste Management. 32:2134–2146.. 2012.