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StEP Members 2019

 

Advanced Members

 

Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands is a global leader in healthcare, lifestyle and technology, delivering products, services and solutions through the brand promise of “sense and simplicity”. Sustainability is an integral part of the way Philips does business. Philips wants to be a company that simplifies solutions for complex issues like sustainable development. To do that, Philips seeks new innovations to improve people’s lives in all of the worlds markets.

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Regular Members

 

 

Basic Members

 

Adelphi


Basel Convention Coordinating Centre for Asia & the Pacific (BCRC China)


Basel Convention Coordinating Centre for Training and Technology Transfer for the African Region (BCCC-Africa), University of Ibadan


Center for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe (CEDARE)


Dismantling and Recycling Centre Vienna (D.R.Z)


E-Titanium


E-Waste Watch


Griffith University


International Telecommunication Union (ITU)


Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) – Materials Systems Laboratory


Memorial University


MicroPro Computers


Ministry of the Environment Japan, Office Waste Disposal Management, Department of Waste Management and Recycling


Plataforma de Residuos Eléctricos y Electrónicos para Latinoamérica y el Caribe (Latin American WEEE Platform) (RELAC Platform)


Basel, Rotterdam, Stockholm Conventions Secretariat


Shanghai Collaborative Innovation Centre for WEEE Recycling


Shanghai Re-poly


Solidarite Technologique


Technische Universität Berlin, Institut für Technischen Umweltschutz, Fachgebiet Abfallwirtschaft (Chair of Solid Waste Management)


UN Environment/Division of Technology, Industry and Economics (UNEP/DTIE)


University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna


University of Northampton (UoN), The Centre for Sustainable Waste Management


 

Individual Members

 

Chris Slijkhuis


Sadia Malik


 

Associate Members

 

Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI)