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Issues in International Trade Law: Restricting Exports of Electronic Waste (EW)
Emily C. Barbour (au)
EW refers to obsolete, broken, or irreparable electronic devices like TVäó»s, computer CPUs and monitors, laptops, printers, scanners, and assoc. wiring. Because EW is generated in high volumes in the U.S. and contains haz. materials like lead, mercury, and chromium, it is a growing area of domestic concern. EW is unregulated at the fed. level and can be disposed of with common household garbage. However, the international trade in EW is subject to the international agree. governing the haz. waste trade. The U.S. is a party to several of these agreements, but it is not a party to the largest multilateral agreement in this field: the Basel Convention. Contents of this report: Intro.; Internat. Agree. on Haz. Waste; The GATT. This is a print on demand report.
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