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Keywords Export restrictions, strategic metals, raw materials, minerals trade, export taxes, export duties, export quotas, quantitative restrictions, VAT rebates, export licensing, trade, trade policy, trade policy instruments, environmental technology, mineral reserves, geographical concentration, natural resource preservation, molybdenum, chromite, chromium, rare earths. (...) The authors wish to thank Dudley Kingsnorth for his contribution regarding trade in rare earths and George J. Korinek for his long-term perspective and insights into the functioning of metals markets. (...) Vanadium High speed tool steels used in surgical instruments and tools 1. Rare earth elements or rare earth metals are a collection of 17 chemical elements in the periodic table, namely scandium, yttrium, and the fifteen lanthanoids. 2.
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Recommendation ITU-T L.1100 (Procedure for recycling Basic guidelines regarding the importance of recycling rare metals in information and communication rare metals and the procedures applied to preserve technology goods) them. This Recommendation lists the points that should be considered in all phases of the recycling process, and it provides guidelines on how organizations can report in an accurate and transparent way on the recycling of rare metals. Recommendation ITU-T L.1010 (Green battery solutions Defines a minimum set of parameters necessary to for mobile phones and other hand-held information and identify green battery solutions that should be communication technology devices) considered by developers/manufacturers to reduce the future environmental impact of battery use. (...) Recommendation ITU-T L.1101 (Measurement methods Provides reference characterization procedures for to characterize rare metals in information and efficient recycling of rare metals by using XRF and ICP-MS communication technology goods. measurement methods.
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Recommendation ITU-T L.1100 (Procedure for recycling Basic guidelines regarding the importance of recycling rare metals in information and communication rare metals and the procedures applied to preserve technology goods) them. This Recommendation lists the points that should be considered in all phases of the recycling process, and it provides guidelines on how organizations can report in an accurate and transparent way on the recycling of rare metals. Recommendation ITU-T L.1010 (Green battery solutions Defines a minimum set of parameters necessary to for mobile phones and other hand-held information and identify green battery solutions that should be communication technology devices) considered by developers/manufacturers to reduce the future environmental impact of battery use. (...) Recommendation ITU-T L.1101 (Measurement methods Provides reference characterization procedures for to characterize rare metals in information and efficient recycling of rare metals by using XRF and ICP-MS communication technology goods. measurement methods.
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[1475-GEN]  Draft new Recommendation ITU-T L.1102 (L.rareMetals-label), "Use of printed labels for communicating information on rare metals in information and communication technology goods" (text pre-edited by TSB)   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 5 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2016-04-20) : 1475-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [1475-GEN]  Draft new Recommendation ITU-T L.1102 (L.rareMetals-label), "Use of printed labels for communicating information on rare metals in information and communication technology goods" (text pre-edited by TSB) Format Size Posted English Word   88611 bytes 2016-06-03 [1475-GEN] Revision 1 Word   72709 bytes 2016-04-25 [1475-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 5  (Study Period 2013)  Temporary Document  1475-GEN Title : Draft new Recommendation ITU-T L.1102 (L.rareMetals-label), "Use of printed labels for communicating information on rare metals in information and communication technology goods" (text pre-edited by TSB) Date : 2016-04-25 Source : Chairman WP3/5 AI/Question : Q13/5 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2016-06-03  
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.  ITU-T L.1100 - Procedure for recycling rare metals in information and communication technology goods (Approved in 2012-02-22): This Recommendation provides information on the recycling procedures of rare metals in ICT goods, and defines a communication format for providing recycling information of rare metals they contain. https://www.itu.int/itu-t/recommendations/rec.aspx? (...) lang=en&parent=T-REC-L.1100  ITU-T L.1101 - Measurement methods to characterize rare metals in information and communication technology goods (Approved in 2014-03-22): Based on the guidelines of IEC 62321, Recommendation ITU-T L.1101 provides reference characterization procedures for efficient recycling of rare metals by using XRF and ICP-MS measurement methods.  ITU-T L.1102 - Use of printed labels for communicating information on rare metals in information and communication technology goods (Approved in 2016-07-14): Recommendation ITU-T L.1102 describes printed label methods to provide information on rare metals contained in information and communication technology (ICT) goods, and includes requirements specified in Recommendations ITU-T L.1100 and ITU-T L.1101 on the disclosure of rare metals information to consumers and recyclers.  ITU-T L.1300 - Best practices for green data centres (Approved in 2014-06-29): This Recommendation describes best practices aimed at reducing the negative impact of data centers on the climate.  ITU-T L.Suppl.4 - Guidelines for developing a sustainable e-waste management system (Approved in 2014-12-19): This Supplement provides a set of guidelines that countries can refer to when designing or adjusting their e-waste management systems including a policy/legal framework, collection mechanisms, financial mechanisms and engagement with all relevant stakeholders  ITU-T L.Suppl.5 - Life-cycle management of ICT goods (Approved in 2014-12-19): This Supplement provides information for the practical implementation of the life-cycle approach in companies, facilities and plants as well as distributors, including chapters on best practices with a specific focus on material usage and selection.  ITU-T L.Suppl.20 - Green public ICT procurement (Approved in 2015-10-23): This Supplement provides technical guidance to public authorities to improve their procurement practices to purchase green ICT goods and services.  ITU-T L.Suppl.27 - Success stories on e-waste management (Approved in 2016-10-14): This Supplement sheds light on E-waste management success stories in different countries.
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. • ITU-T L.1100 ‘Procedure for recycling rare metals in information and communication technology goods’: provides information on the recycling procedures of rare metals in information and communication technology (ICT) goods. It also defines a communication format for providing recycling information of rare metals contained in ICT goods, including: the description of the rare metal used in an ICT’s production, its recycling procedure (based on the stage of production), and the communication requirements between the ICT producer and recycler. 6.3.1 Building the UN E-waste Coalition United Nations entities are paving the way for greater collaboration in environmentally sound e-waste management by building the UN E-waste Coalition (as seen in Figure 13 below).
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This resulted in a significant upsurge in the purchase and usage of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE). EEE relies on rare earth metals like lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, gadolinium and dysprosium; precious metals such as gold, silver and palladium; or other metals such as copper, aluminium or iron, which have a high intrinsic value. (...) Currently, most EEE end up in landfills where concentration of precious metals and rare earths are becoming significantly higher than in mines. A significant portion of the life cycle impact of EEE is incurred in extracting metals and if they become part of a circular economy, the savings can be significant.
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Additionally experts have agreed on a standardised methodology for manufacturers to report the quantity of rare metals contained in their ICT devices (Recommendation ITU-T 1101) – something that will increase the efficiency of recycling schemes. (...) A standardized method of measuring rare metals is needed to give consistency in the supply chain. Moreover, it is hard to distinguish rare earth elements contained in rare metals because they have similar chemical properties.
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L.1100 : Procedure for recycling rare metals in information and communication technology goods   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : L Series : L.1100 : L.1100 (02/12) Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     L.1100 : Procedure for recycling rare metals in information and communication technology goods Recommendation L.1100 (02/12) Approved in 2012-02-22 Status : In force   Table of Contents   Summary Access : Freely available items Available languages and formats :   Click on the selected format and language to get the document     Format Size Posted Article Number English PDF (acrobat) 675517 bytes 2012-10-02 E 37701  Chinese PDF (acrobat) 1508910 bytes 2017-01-19 C 41115  Access : TIES users Available languages and formats :   Click on the selected format and language to get the document     Format Size Posted Article Number TIES users English Word 2007 100696187 bytes 2012-10-02 E 37701  Chinese Word 2007 3677006 bytes 2017-01-19 C 41115    Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2017-01-19  
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(See Sustainable Products - Designing for End-of-Life Treatment) Designing, producing, labelling and commercialising equipment that have has a reasonable extensive life and can easily be repaired or dismantled for reuse or its value recovered without influencing economic growth. Recycling rare metals in ICT equipment - ITU-T L.1100 Detailing the procedures to be employed when recycling these metals. The Recommendation outlines key considerations in all phases of the recycling process, and provides guidelines as to how organizations may fairly and transparently report on rare metal recycling. 10 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World Socio – Economical Issues: Developing countries main challenges in relation to e-waste: Imported non- functional / non - repairable equipment as second-hand with very short life spam, as well as domestically generation is rising. (...) To directly control and incentivise reduction on pollution emissions 8. Recovery of Rare metals and Green Supply Chain Actively includes and facilitates access to the Recycling and Precious Metals industry in the discussions of possible developments that aim to return such a metals to the industry. 15 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World More information Contact: Cristina Bueti ( greenstandard@itu.int ) Laura Reyes ( lreyes@datectech.co.uk ) 16 July 2011 Committed to Connecting the World
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