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Toxics Action Philips in Amsterdam the Netherlands 

Toxics Action Philips in Amsterdam the Netherlands 

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Greenpeace activists return electronic waste (e-waste) to Philips’ headquarter to highlight the company’s failure to take responsibility for its end-of-life products. Greenpeace is urging the Dutch electronics giant to introduce global voluntary take-back systems. Often this e-waste finds its destination in developing countries where it causes major environmental and health problems.

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