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Kolev, Martin (author)
Material possession has become our objective for existence. Capital surrounds and defines us. The high dynamics of global flows dominate the planetary web of connectivity. Consumption, production and assembly have become the holy trinity of the neo-liberal realm we live in. It is a manifestation of the global dynamics, neglecting distances,...
master thesis 2019
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Steenmeijer, Michelle (author)
The main research assignment for this project is to develop a dynamic Material Flow Analysis (MFA) model for Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) companies to increase transparency on downstream product flows and to provide insight on the impacts of Reverse Logistics strategies. The assignment is carried out by conducting a theoretical...
master thesis 2017
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Sabur, M. (author)
This thesis provides a rationale to introduce the concept of labelled electronics in the European Union. This concept entails the improvement of e-waste recycling by equipping electronic products with labels for identification purposes. The common view in literature as well as the view of producers and recyclers regarding labelled electronics...
master thesis 2016
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Villares, M. (author)
The Master’s programme Industrial Ecology is jointly organised by Leiden University and Delft University of Technology. Waste electronics and electrical equipment (WEEE) constitute a growing waste stream which is becoming more problematic in its management. Unsafe disposal contributes to environmental pollution and threatens human health as well...
master thesis 2015
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Wang, F. (author)
This dissertation establishes a methodology for evaluating the performance of take-back and treatment systems for end-oflife electronics (e-waste). First, a comprehensive classification is developed to fully understand the complex characteristics of e-waste. A multivariate model is then created to quantify e-waste generation for mapping e-waste...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Bellinga, P.B. (author)
This thesis presents an assessment of the economic and environmental effects of Extended Producer Responsibility and No Reuse Policies, by using an agent-based model of Mobile Phone End of Life Networks. Electronic waste of mobile phones is an increasing problem. Governments have reacted by adopting various types of legislation, the most common...
master thesis 2013
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Rodriguez, L.-A. (author), Estupiñán, E. (author), Boons, F. (author)
In Colombia the increasing trend in the consumption habits of electrical and electronic equipment, EEE, is notable, though it is not as high as in developed countries due to the population´s socio-economic and cultural conditions. Those conditions make the reuse as well as storing, a predominant practice. In this paper the question of which...
conference paper 2010
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