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Household Willingness to Recycle Electronic Waste
Electronic waste (e-waste) has become the main contributor of lead to landfills in the United States. Households also store large volumes of e-waste, yet little is known about their willingness toExpand
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Willingness to engage in a pro-environmental behavior: An analysis of e-waste recycling based on a national survey of U.S. households
Abstract Using concepts from environmental psychology and economics, we investigate U.S. households’ willingness to engage in a form of pro-environmental behavior: recycling electronic wasteExpand
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Leaching assessments of hazardous materials in cellular telephones.
Protocols for assessing the risks of discarded electronic products (e-waste) vary across jurisdictions, complicating the tasks of manufacturers and regulators. We compared the Federal ToxicityExpand
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The Electronics Revolution: From E-Wonderland to E-Wasteland
Discarded electronics present serious threats to health and ecosystems, making e-waste regulations a policy priority. Since the mid-1990s, electronic waste (e-waste) has been recognized as theExpand
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How much e-waste is there in US basements and attics? Results from a national survey.
The fate of used electronic products (e-waste) is of increasing concern because of their toxicity and the growing volume of e-waste. Addressing these concerns requires developing the recyclingExpand
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Topophilia and the Quality of Life
  • O. Ogunseitan
  • Medicine
  • Environmental health perspectives
  • 22 November 2004
With this research I tested the hypothesis that individual preferences for specific ecosystem components and restorative environments are significantly associated with quality of life (QOL). A totalExpand
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Biogeochemical Cycling of Carbon and Nitrogen
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Potential environmental and human health impacts of rechargeable lithium batteries in electronic waste.
Rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) and lithium-polymer (Li-poly) batteries have recently become dominant in consumer electronic products because of advantages associated with energy density andExpand
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Gender-specific expression of the DRD4 gene on adolescent delinquency, anger and thrill seeking.
The present study investigated gender differences in the associations between the DRD4 variable number tandem repeat (VNTR) polymorphism and adolescent delinquency, short temper and thrill seeking.Expand
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Potential environmental impacts from the metals in incandescent, compact fluorescent lamp (CFL), and light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs.
Artificial lighting systems are transitioning from incandescent to compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) and light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs in response to the U.S. Energy Independence and Security Act andExpand
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