Stay informed about the next version of the R2 Standard (R2v3)
The draft version of the next R2 Standard (R2v3) is soon to be released for public review and comment. The R2...
Guide for creating successful informal-formal partnerships in the Indian E-waste Sector published by GIZ
At the end of 2018 GIZ published a new short practical guidance “...
“Philips perceives StEP as an international stakeholder platform that results in a better understanding of e-waste management for all parties involved and creates improvement opportunities for recycling systems worldwide.”
Eelco Smit -Senior Director SustainabilityPhilips Consumer Lifestyle
“We joined StEP to be part of the solution. StEP provides a platform for the Univerity to engage with other stakeholders and other interested parties to develop a solution to the global problem of e-waste."
Margaret Bates - Reader in Sustainable Wastes ManagementCentre of Sustainable Wastes Management, University of Northhampton
“Partnership and knowledge transfer are the two key issues for joining the StEP Initiative. There is a need to apply an environmental and economical sound e-waste management system in the Middle East & North Africa in cooperation with the StEP members."
Hossam Allam - Regional Programme ManagerCEDARE - Centre for Environmental and Development for the Arab Region & Europe, Egypt
“StEP is a great way to work on the really big e-waste issues with people from industry, government and academia."
Colin Fitzpatrick - Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering, LecturerUniversity of Limerick
“StEP provides a global platform, enables knowledge exchange and bridges the North-South gap. Empa as a research institute and co-founder of StEP strongly supports this important endeavor."
Heinz Böni - Critical Materials and Resource Efficiency Group (CARE), Head of Research GroupEmpa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology