News Archive

Microwaves and dishwashers dominate e-waste mountain 19/04/15
Meerkat-cam uses TV white space 10/10/14
Going paperless would save NHS billions 16/01/13
India's mobile phone firms turn to green power 23/08/12
Unused e-waste discarded in China raises questions 20/04/12
Power sockets could log your electricity consumption 16/03/12
Computer Aid demands greater e-waste accountability 13/03/12
British Gas installs smart meters 31/08/11
Facebook shares green data centre technology 09/04/11
Computer memory heralds green PCs 25/01/11
Europe targets wasteful gadgets 29/10/10
Smart meters may not cut energy use 13/09/10
What is e-waste? 04/08/10
Europe breaking electronic waste ban 04/08/10
Moutains of e-waste threaten developing world 22/02/10
Website encourages crowds to keep an Eye on Earth 05/02/10
Battery recycling rules in force for stores 01/02/10
UK energy smart meter roll-out is outlined 02/12/09
Hazardous conditions for India's e-waste workers 25/11/09
Power-guzzling TVs to be banned 18/11/09
Orange gives cash for old mobiles 04/11/09
Tagging technology to track trash 14/07/09
Mixed results for green IT goals 03/07/09
UK 'worst electrical recycler' 22/05/09
Spam 'produces 17m tons of CO2' 16/04/09
Tech fair shows off green gadgets 06/03/09
'Carbon cost' of Google revealed 12/12/09
Campaigners highlight 'toxic' TVs 09/01/09
Nintendo 'least green tech firm' 25/06/08
PC uses 'less energy than bulb' 23/05/08
Games consoles 'not green enough' 20/05/08
Power-hungry IT firms change focus 11/05/08
In search of a green machine 21/03/08
Global IT sector 'needs strong Kyoto' 19/03/08
Pushing paper out the office 29/02/08
Flat screens signal TV recycling 03/01/08
Greenpeace takes on gaming giants 12/12/07
Time for the IT crowd to go green 24/09/07
The green shoots of hi-tech success 07/09/07
Gadgets threaten energy savings 04/07/07
Q&A: WEEE Directive 01/07/07
Google backs green computer plan 13/06/07
Taskforce to cut 'cyber warming' 10/06/07
UN outlines global e-waste goals 06/03/07
Firms helped to make PCs greener 23/01/07
Nigeria faces e-waste toxic legacy 19/12/06
Do mobile phones cost the Earth? 01/12/06
UN warning on EU waste mountain 27/11/06
Innovators seek greener PC future 01/09/06
UK sets new date for e-waste law 25/07/06
EU agrees battery recycling law 03/05/06
Gadget recycling foxes consumers 21/12/05
India's poor tackle toxic e-waste 14/10/05
Gadget growth fuels eco concerns 20/01/05
Facing an e-waste mountain 28/12/04
Lasers turn beam on TV recycling 15/06/04
EU's new recycling laws looming 26/05/04
E-waste rules still being flouted 19/03/04
Bridging the global computer divide 15/03/04
Computers must be greener 08/03/04
Japanese plant takes on e-waste 23/07/03
Recycling law boosts hi-tech transfer 04/06/03
A mobile is not just for Christmas 24/12/02