Tis the Season

December 2008
Mix;Dec2008, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p21
The article underscores that the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA )projects a 3-5% growth in sales of consumer electronics in Q4 2008 as compared to Q4 2007. A survey by CEA of 64 electronics companies held with Sims Recycling Solutions identified that 69% have recycling programs, 38% are reusing electronic products they use or manufacture, and 14% are setting up recycling programs.


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