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Extended Producer Responsibility: A Materials Policy for the 21st Century

Author: Bette Fishbein

Addresses materials use and its environmental impacts worldwide; EPR policies and programs in the United States; e-commerce and its potential environmental impacts and implications for EPR; and the corporation’s role in implementing EPR and related policies. Prepared on the occasion of Expo 2000, the international exposition held in Hanover, Germany, from June to October 31, 2000, the report’s findings were presented by its authors at the Berlin Resources Summit preceding the exposition.

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