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De-materialising and re-materialising: digital technologies and the environment. Futures. 36:903-920.. 2004.
Dealing with electronic waste: modeling the costs and environmental benefits of computer monitor disposal. Journal of Environmental Management. 68:13-22.. 2003.
[Kissling201285] Definition of generic re-use operating models for electrical and electronic equipment. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 65:85-99.. 2012.
 Design of Electronic Waste Recycling System in China . Operations Research Proceedings. 2006:265-270.. 2006.
Determination of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in soil and sediment from an electronic waste recycling facility. Chemosphere. 60:810â€“816.. 2005.
Develop a process to separate brominated flame retardants from WEEE polymers. Creating markets for recycled resources. :156.. 2005.
Developing benchmarks for consumer-oriented life cycle assessment-based environmental information on products, services and consumption patterns. Journal of Cleaner Production. Online fir. 2006.
 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.
Development of an Environmental Assessment Method for Consumer Electronics by Combining Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 11:254â€“264.. 2006.
 Diagnosis of Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment Generation in the State of Minas Gerais. SECO / Empa (Swiss e-waste programme). :85.. 2009.
[kojima_difficulties_2009] Difficulties in applying extended producer responsibility policies in developing countries: case studies in e-waste recycling in China and Thailand. Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management. 11:263–269.. 2009.
 Diffusion of polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) from an e-waste recycling area to the surrounding regions in Southeast China. Chemosphere. 76:1470-1476.. 2009.
 Does WEEE recycling make sense from an environmental perspective? The environmental impacts of the Swiss take-back and recycling systems for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) Environmental Impact Assessment Review. 25:525-539.. 2005.
Drivers for corporate Environmental responsibility (CER). Environment, Development and Sustainability. 8:375-389.. 2006.
 The Dutch WEEE flows. :46.. 2012.