PC Makers to Charge Consumers for Recycling
Sep 25, 2003
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The Japan Electronics and Information Technology Association (JEITA) said it will charge consumers 3,000 yen for collecting each used notebook personal computer (PC) under a PC recycling program due to begin Oct 1.

For PCs with cathode-ray tube monitors, consumers will be required to pay 7,000 yen, the association of electronics makers said, announcing how the recycling program will work. (Kyodo News)

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