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Electronics retailers oppose visible fees

The U.S.-based Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition (CERC) has circulated a position paper that calls for a national system for the recovery and recycling of electronics equipment and so-called "e...


The U.S.-based Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition (CERC) has circulated a position paper that calls for a national system for the recovery and recycling of electronics equipment and so-called “e-waste.” The group advocates the producer responsibility model and opposes visible fees for retail consumers.

The current membership of CERC approving this position includes the largest retailers of electronic products: Best Buy, Circuit City, RadioShack, Tweeter, Target, Wal-Mart and the North American Retail Dealers Association (NARDA). The CERC website is www.ceretailers.org

Contact Marc Pearl, executive director, at pearl@ceretailers.org


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