ITU highlights growing e-waste issue with new partnership

Monday 17 July 2017 | 15:49 CET | News
Looking to tackle e-waste, the International Telcommunication Unions (ITU) has formed the Global e-Waste Statistics Partnership, together with the United Nations University (UNU), acting through its Vice Rectorate in Europe hosted Sustainable Cycles (SCYCLE) Programme. The partners will together seek to improve and collect worldwide e-waste statistics, and work with public and private partners to highlight the issue of e-waste. The idea is for countries to produce reliable and comparable e-waste statistics, and for there to be capacity building workshops, highlighting the importance of

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