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Electronic Waste: DOD Is Recovering Materials, but Several Factors May Hinder Near-Term Expansion of These Efforts
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Zina D. Merritt (au)
The Department of Defense (DOD) routinely disposes of electronics, including items such as computers, cell phones, and copiers, as well as electronics in weapon systems and other equipment. While some usable items are reused, transferred, or donated to other entities, the remaining electronic waste is sent to recyclers. Electronic waste may contain materials that can be recovered, which can reduce the need to procure them through other sources. The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) disposes of DODäó»s electronic waste. This report discusses (1) the extent of DODäó»s electronic waste that is processed and the types of materials that are recovered from it; and (2) DODäó»s efforts to assess potential opportunities to expand its recovery efforts and factors that could affect expansion. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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