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E-World's Customers include Sony, Samsung, NEC, FedEx Kinko, Hitachi, Waste Management
June 4th, 2015
According to court records from the Federal District Court in San Diego, Mr. Robert Erie, CEO of E-World Recyclers, LLC of Vista, CA was criminally indicted in December of 2014 by a Grand Jury for conspiracy, trafficking in counterfeit goods, falsifying records, and lying to the government. He was subsequently arrested, released on bail, and pled guilty to the charges. The case is still pending a final judgement.
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48 New Containers Came from Same Exporter as Canada Refuses to Prosecute
Quezon City, Philippines | May 22nd, 2015
Following a new discovery in the Port of Manila of yet another 48 containers of rotting household garbage illegally exported from Canada, environmental justice groups BAN Toxics (BT), Seattle based Basel Action Network (BAN), and Greenpeace Philippines strongly condemned the Canadian government for “callous disregard of international law”.
Read the Media Press Release - 5-22-15
Geneva, Switzerland | May 14th, 2015
International environmental organisations brought their protest against Canada for their refusal to take back the 50 shipment containers filled with household waste dumped in the Philippines almost two years ago, raised the matter at a high-level meeting of the Basel Convention and marched from that meeting to the Permanent Mission of Canada, in Geneva, Switzerland
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Salt Lake Tribune Publishes In-Depth Stories following BAN Reports
April 8th, 2015
Please find links to interesting reporting on yet another irresponsible recycler – Stone Castle Recycling, and their enablers in Utah.
Read the Media Press Release - 4-8-15
March 31st, 2015
The international waste trade watchdog Basel Action Network (BAN) and their Philippines-based affiliate organization BAN Toxics strongly condemned the Canadian government today for violating the Basel Convention by refusing to repatriate more than 50 40-foot intermodal containers, each filled with household trash that were illegally exported from Canada almost two years ago.
Read the Media Press Release - 3-31-15