Bureau of International Recycling Committee Begins Work on E-scrap Study

BIR (Bureau of International Recycling) Committee Begins Work on E-scrap Study

Bureau of International Recycling E-Scrap

During the meeting of the Brussels-based Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) E-Scrap Committee 24 May 2017 in Hong Kong, it was revealed that work had begun on the BIR E-Scrap Committee’s meta study of available information relating to global e-scrap generation and flows.

Read entire article: recyclingtoday.com/article/bir-wee-study-2017

More information about E-Scrap: bir.org/industry/escrap

About BIR (Bureau of International Recycling)
The Bureau of International Recycling is a global recycling industry association representing more than 700 companies from the private sector and 40 national trade federations from 70 different countries.

Founded in 1948, BIR was the first federation to support the interests of the recycling industry on an international scale. Today, BIR represents over 760 member companies from the private sector and 36 national associations in more than 70 countries. Together, these members form the largest international recycling federation.

The federation provides a dynamic forum for its members to share their knowledge and experience. It serves as a platform to establish successful business relations and to promote recycling among other industrial sectors and policy makers.

BIR is a non-profit organisation under Belgian law. Their statutes (Articles of Association) and Internal Regulations (including Guidelines for Chairpersons) were revised and approved in April 2016. The registered office is currently headquartered in Brussels, Belgium.

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