E-Scrap 2004 announces dates.
The conference will focus on issues surrounding the management of obsolete electronics.
Seminar sessions will target several of the key issues in electronics product stewardship, including current recovery efforts, e-scrap market dynamics, processing trends and political and policy considerations. E-Scrap 2004 will attract U.S. and Canadian attendees and will feature presentations by leading experts in electronics product stewardship, according to a press release issued by the event's planners.
E-Scrap 2004 will also feature an exhibit hall with representatives from e-scrap processors, consulting services, e-scrap material users and processing equipment providers.
The E-Scrap News Web site www.e-scrapnews.com offers complete information about the conference, including registration information. Additional information is also available by contacting Sarah Austria, conference coordinator at Resource Recycling magazine, by phone at (503) 233-1305 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Date:||Jul 1, 2004|
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