- What's going on in the E-Waste World — Electronic TakeBack Coalition
- E-Waste in the News — E-Waste news, articles and information — Natural News.com
- Facts About E-Waste — 11 Facts About E-Waste — DoSomething.org
- August 2008 — ELECTRONIC WASTE: EPA Needs to Better Control Harmful U.S. Exports through Stronger Enforcement and More Comprehensive Regulation — Some exported used electronics are handled responsibly in countries with effective regulatory controls and by companies with advanced technologies, but a substantial quantity ends up in countries where disposal practices are unsafe to workers and dangerous to the environment. [GAO-08-1044 — 67 Pages]
- November 2005 — ELECTRONIC WASTE: Strengthening the Role of the Federal Government in Encouraging Recycling and Reuse — Available estimates suggest that over 100 million computers, monitors, and televisions become obsolete each year, and this number is growing. If improperly managed, these used electronics can harm the environment and human health. [GAO-06-47 — 62 Pages]
- EPA SMM Electronics Challenge "Participating original equipment manufacturers and retailers are promoting responsible electronics recycling. They are increasing the number of electronics being collected, sending 100 percent of their used electronics to a recognized third-party certified recycler by the third year of participation, and publicly reporting this information
- Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) — Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) helps the federal government "buy green," and in doing so, uses the federal government's enormous buying power to stimulate market demand for green products and services. Geared first to help federal purchasers, this site can help green vendors, businesses large and small and consumers -- see the index on this page.