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DEFINITION: The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive is legislation that, in conjujction with RoHS, mandates targets for the collection, recovery and recycling of electronics and component materials. The WEEE Directive passed in the European Community (EC) in February 2003. One stipulation of the Directive is that manufacturers are responsible for the disposal of their products and must  … 
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Cutting Edge Multicore Development Techniques for the Next Wave of Electronics Products
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WHITE PAPER: As more and more software is embedded into both consumer and industrial electronics, the electronics industry is being challenged with ensuring rigor within its software development process, often a new core competency, and the integration of hardware and software. Read this paper to learn about solutions that address these complex challenges.
Posted: 01 Sep 2010 | Published: 19 Mar 2010

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Step up Your Game. Global Delivery Capabilities for the Electronics Industry
sponsored by IBM Line of Business
WHITE PAPER: How can your business meet the ever-increasing demands of end users and still make a healthy profit? IBM takes a look at innovation's role in driving business objectives and helping electronics enterprises move forward.
Posted: 17 Jun 2008 | Published: 17 Jun 2008

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Winning the Global Challenge: The Japanese Electronics Companies'Race to Innovate
sponsored by IBM Line of Business
WHITE PAPER: Japanese electronics companies (JEC) are taking bold action to regain market share,profitability and their place as global innovators. Download this IBM Institute for Business Value Study to learn how JECs are transforming their businesses.
Posted: 29 Nov 2007 | Published: 01 Mar 2007

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ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY DEFINITION (continued): … The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive is legislation that, in conjujction with RoHS, mandates targets for the collection, recovery and recycling of electronics and component materials. The WEEE Directive passed in the European Community (EC) in February 2003. One stipulation of the Directive is that manufacturers are responsible for the disposal of their products and must deal with their disposal in an environmentally-responsible manner. The Directive also says that the consumer of the goods should be able, at a minimum, to return them, free of charge, to the manufacturer for disposal. To publicize the WEEE Directive, the Royal Society of Arts erected a 7-metre tall sculpture called 'WEEE Man' on the South Bank. WEEE man was constructed from 3.3 tonnes of electrical goods, which is the amount of electrical waste the average UK citizen is responsible over the life span.
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