Policy - Basel Convention
ITI has engaged for years in Basel Convention efforts to ensure the proper classification and environmentally sound management of e-wastes. Our focus has been to promote reasonable controls that encourage legitimate reuse of products and sound recycling at end-of-life while preventing unscrupulous brokers from dumping e-waste on developing countries. ITI also works with recyclers, manufacturers, and other stakeholders to identify the best practices for sustainable recycling and incorporates those into standards, such as the Responsible Recycling (R2) Standard for Electronics Recyclers.
2021-11-16 BD Basel Convention and Circular Economy (December 02, 2021)
A presentation by Paul Hagen at the 2021 ITI-ISRI Critical Elements for Recycling in a Circular Economy virtual conference.
2020-11-19 Final Joint Position on Swiss Proposal (December 02, 2021)
ICT industry (joint ITI and Digital Europe) comments on the Swiss/Ghanaian Proposal to Control All Non-Hazardous E-Waste under Annex II of the Basel Convention
UNEP-CHW-IMPL-ControllingTransMov-eApproaches-OWEG.12Online-Comments-2021-ITI.English (December 02, 2021)
ITI comments on the 2020 Report on experiences, at the national and international levels, in developing and implementing electronic systems for exchanging information on or controlling the movements of ...
UNEP-CHW-LCLARITY-SUBM-EWG.12-AnnexIV_Rev-ITI-20200915.English (December 02, 2021)
ITI comments on several proposals for amendments to the annexes to the Basel Convention proposed at the Open-Ended Working Group 12 (OEWG-12) meeting in September 2020.
UNEP-CHW-SUBM-GUID-TGsEWaste-OEWG 12-Online-Submission-ITI-2020.English (December 02, 2021)
ITI comments on the Technical guidelines on transboundary movements of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment, in particular regarding the distinction between waste ...