Canada

Report/StudySummaryDocuments including WEEE flows/quantities
The formal electronic recycling industry: Challenges and opportunities in occupational and environmental health researchHarvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 2016: Study systematically reviewing the literature on occupational and environmental health hazards of formal e-recycling facilities and discuss challenges and opportunities to strengthen research in this area. Published in Environment International journal (Volume 95, October 2016, Pages 157-166).
Author(s): Diana Maria Ceballos; Zhao Dong.
Understudied Organized Crime Offending: a discussion of the Canadian situation in the international contextPublic Safety Canada, 2011: This report provides an analysis of selected possible understudied organized crime activities present in the Canadian context, contributing to the knowledge on both of the nature and the scope of organized crime. The analysis involved an extensive review of the literature and available data on organized crime activities in Canada, and a discussion of the existing state of organized crime literature in the international context.
Author(s): Ernesto U. Savona; Francesco Calderoni; Alessia Maria Remmerswaal. Transcrime ‐ Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milan
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Electrical and Electronic Equipment Stewardship Regulation Guideline 2010-02EGovernment of Manitoba Province (Canada), 2011: Guidelines to set additional requirements for the electrical and electronic equipment stewardship program and its operation and for the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment or issue guidelines that set criteria for program performance evaluation or address any other matter provided for under the regulation (Section 19 of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Stewardship Regulation (MR 17/2010)).