Oceania


Report/StudySummaryDocuments including WEEE flows/quantities
Australia: Criteria for the Export and Import of Used Electrical and Electronic Equipment Guidance DocumentAustralian Government Department of the Environment and Heritage, 2005: Australia Legal context: the Hazardous Waste 1 (Regulation of Exports and Imports) Act 1989; How to determine whether used electronic equipment, proposed for export, is or is not hazardous waste. Export or import of hazardous waste without a permit under the Act may result in severe penalties including fines or imprisonment for importers exporters or their Australian suppliers.
Transnational Environmental Crime ProjectAustralian Research Council, 2016: The project investigates emerging trends in transnational environmental crime and examines the conditions for successful regulatory and enforcement responses. 48
Environmental Crime in AustraliaAustralian Institute of Criminology by Samantha Bricknell, 2010: Definition International & Australian Laws related to pollution & illegal waste disposal offences & penalties under Australian Law; WEEE in Australia (amount); waste detection; examples of illegal export.
Australia: Proposed Amendment to the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme Discussion PaperAustralian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, 2013: This discussion paper identifies opportunities to enhance the operation of the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme based on the experiences gained during the scheme's first year of operation and on feedback from a broad range of stakeholders.
Practical Difficulties in Prosecuting Environmental OffendersAustralian Institute of Criminology by Steven Molino, 2011: This paper explores the practical difficulties of obtaining environmental evidence and then of using it to prosecute environmental offenders.
Organised Crime in AustraliaAustralian Crime Commission, 2013: Report on the involvement of organised crime in diverse activities.
Organised Crime in AustraliaAustralian Crime Comission, 2011: Refers to illegal disposal of waste and the involvement of organised crime in Australia.48
Global e-waste systems - Insights for Australia from other developed countriesThe Economist - Intelligence Unit, 2015: This report is intended to research the
e-waste systems of a select group of advanced economies to develop insights that can be applied
to the Australian market. Other than the focus on Australia, the scope of this research is limited to three other advanced economies e-waste: Germany, Finland and Japan.
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