Conference on electronics and environment - Vienna, 13-15 November

October 19, 2006

Brussels, 18 October 2006

The Going Green - CARE INNOVATION 2006 conference and exhibition on Electronics and the Environment will be held in Vienna, Austria from 13 to 15 November.

The symposium will present up-to-date progress on sustainable development and the development of eco-efficient electr(on)ic and automotive products.

This year's programme will feature the latest in environmental design, clean manufacturing, new eco-efficient technologies, collection, reverse logistics, refurbishment, re-use, recycling and policy making from leading experts in industry, academia, consulting, recycling and public policy from around the world.

For more information, please visit: http://www.care-electronics.net/

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