|Project: Recommendations on collection and recycling schemes in developing and emerging countries|
|Project: Standard Curriculum|
|Project: Elaborating a Step-toolkit “E-waste Training Materials|
|Project: Transboundary movements of WEEE/EEE & Hazardous fractions|
Former Task Forces Coordinators
|Task Force Policy|
|Task Force ReDesign|
|Task Force ReUse|
|Dickenson, John |
Reverse Logistics Group Americas
|Task Force ReCycle|
| Linell, Jason|
Jason Linnell is co-founder and Executive Director of the National Center for Electronics Recycling (NCER) where he leads activities for the NCER, including research on electronics recycling data and policy and management of the Electronics Recycling Coordination Clearinghouse (ERCC). In addition to these activates, NCER manages and oversees the statewide networks of collectors and recyclers for the Oregon State Contractor Program and Vermont State Standard Plan.
Laura is a qualified Environmental & Sanitary Engineer of La Salle University in Bogotá. She holds an master's degree in International Business Management from UWIC University in the United Kingdom.
Laura has substantial experience in the environmental management industry. As part of this work, she helped develop the ITU Tool Kit For Sustainable ICTs as Co-writer of Chapter VII Sustainable E-waste Management. She has spoken at E-waste conferences in Geneva, Kenya and Germany. At these meetings, e-waste leaders share experiences and best practices around Electronics Green design, sustainable use and final disposition.
Currently based in Colombia, Laura actively participates on local and regional initiatives that aim to develop a better and more formal electronic recycling industry in Latin America from a legislative perspective.
|Task Force Capacity Building|
|Luepschen, Claudia |
Claudia Luepschen is a Research Associate at UNU-ISP SCYCLE. Prior to joining UNU, Claudia has worked for the German Ministry for Environment and Nature Protection, Agriculture and Consumer Protection Northrhine-Westphalia, where she has been an associate at the Minister’s office.
|Heijnen, Mireille |
Mireille Heijnen is Environmental Manager for HP and responsible for the Benelux, as well as involved in HP e-waste projects in EMEA. Mireille joined HP in 2010, after having worked in politics and as an EU government affairs manager in Brussels, including 4 years for Microsoft. She lives with her family in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.