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eCycling

(ˈiːˌsaɪklɪŋ)
n
(Environmental Science) the process of recycling electronic equipment or components
[C21: from e(lectronic) + (re)cyling]
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EPA has been gathering information and providing guidance on eCycling, the agency's term for e-waste recycling; however, the lack of federal legislation has limited U.S.
The EPA's Plug-In to eCycling program lists electronics manufacturers and retailers that collect and safely recycle electronics--preventing toxic chemicals from leaching into groundwater and streams.
J&B Recycling is based on Dock- ecycling Dockside Road, which runs parallel to the A66 between South Bank and Middlesbrough, and provides a range of collection services for all types of waste including mixed or co-mingled recyclables and general waste from wheelie bins, skips and bulk containers.
ecycling continues to rise in Wales with the latest target Rof 52% passed and progress towards next year's target of 58% ongoing.
ecycling continues to rise in Wales with the latest target RRRof 52% passed and progress towards next year's target of 58% ongoing.
The association's eCycling Leadership Initiative has set a goal of recycling 1 billion pounds of electronics by 2016--the equivalent of an NFL football stadium full of material.
(40) It sponsors public-service campaigns exhorting people to "Give a Hoot" and, more recently, to "Change a Light, Change the World" by buying energy-efficient lighting; to "Turn Over a New Leaf" by buying SmartWay cars, certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); and to "Plug-In To eCycling" by recycling cell phones.
"On these dates, services which will continue to run as normal include; waste and r ecycling collections, security services, gritting (if required) and essential health and social care services for adults and young people."
The eCycling Leadership Initiative, announced April 13 by the CEA, the largest U.S.
In issuing the award, the judges cited ecoATM's automated "eCycling" system for cell phones, iPods and similar electronic devices.
Lone Star College finds ecycling has a better return than sending items to auction.