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[Asante201263] Multi-trace element levels and arsenic speciation in urine of e-waste recycling workers from Agbogbloshie, Accra in Ghana. Science of The Total Environment. 424:63-73.. 2012.
 Morocco: e-waste country assessment (2008). Waste Management Conference (WasteCon2008).. 2008.
 Modelling of existing e-waste collection systems in China, a case study based on household surveys in the Taizhou prefecture. Department of Environmental and Geomatic Engineering / Technology & Society Lab.. 2007.
Modelling material cascades â€” frameworks for the environmental assessment of recycling systems. Resources, Conservation & Recycling. 31:83-104.. 2000.
 Modelling computer waste flows in the formal and the informal sector - a case study in Colombia. Environmental Science and Engineering Section SSIE. :81.. 2010.
[Gomes20111645] Modelling a recovery network for WEEE: A case study in Portugal. Waste Management. 31:1645-1660.. 2011.
[Araújo2012335] A model for estimation of potential generation of waste electrical and electronic equipment in Brazil. Waste Management. 32:335-342.. 2012.
Methodological aspects of life cycle assessment of integrated solid waste management systems. Resources, Conservation & Recycling. 26:173-187.. 1999.
Metals, non-metals and PCB in electrical and electronic waste - Actual levels in Switzerland. Waste Management. 27:1306-1316.. 2007.
 Metallurgical recovery of metals from electronic waste: A review. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 158:228-256.. 2008.
 Metal stocks in society - scientific synthesis. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). :52.. 2010.
A mathematical model and decision-support framework for material recovery, recycling and cascaded use. Chemical Engineering Science. 57:4697-4713.. 2002.
[Kahhat201267] Materials flow analysis of e-waste: Domestic flows and exports of used computers from the United States. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 67:67-74.. 2012.
Material witness: E-waste not. Nature Materials. 2:76-76.. 2003.
 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.
 Material hygiene: improving recycling of WEEE demonstrated on dishwashers. Journal of Cleaner Production. 17:26-35.. 2009.
Material flows of mobile phones and accessories in Nigeria: Environmental implications and sound end-of-life management options. Environmental Impact Assessment Review . 28:198-213.. 2008.
Material flows of end-of-life home appliances in Japan. Journal of Material Cycles & Waste Management. 8:46â€“55.. 2006.
[springerlink:10.1007/s10098-007-0114-7] Material flow and economic analysis as a suitable tool for system analysis under the constraints of poor data availability and quality in emerging economies. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. 9:325-345.. 2007.