Study published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews wins Elsevier's Atlas Award
EurekAlert 17 August 2015: People love their cell phones, tablets, and flat screen TVs, but far
too many of those devices finally end up forgotten in a desk drawer or
landfill. An economic assessment study published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
lays the groundwork to assist in decision-making around e-waste
recycling programs designed to ensure that the valuable materials
contained within electronic products will find a second life.
The paper by Lenny Koh of the Advanced Resource Efficiency Centre at
The University of Sheffield in the U.K. and her co-authors has been
selected for this month's Elsevier's Atlas Award.
"This paper is a cornerstone and crucial evidence base to really
inform society globally and encourage us to think about the amount of
embedded value and...read on.