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24th Jul 2007

ECORRN's Achievements

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  • Developing ECORRN through regular Management Committee Meetings and wider meetings
  • Holding of events including one on the Waste, Electric, Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) in March, regular events on developing re-use and business plans, and on funding bids
  • Development of the 2005/6 'Essex Re-Use Partnership' with local re-use groups, Essex County Council and other Essex Councils
  • Government agreeing in principle to adopt re-use credits and a re-use performance indicator
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