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Nokia leads Greenpeace electronics ranking

1/14/2010 01:00 PM EST
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re: Nokia leads Greenpeace electronics ranking
garydpdx   1/14/2010 4:30:03 PM
My Motorola V300 finally gave out and seeing my nephew and niece pick it apart, it would be a nightmare to completely separate its parts into different recycling streams. Most of the time, my impression is that the PCB's are taken for their precious metal content while the rest (plastics, some metal) is chucked out.

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