Do the higher collection targets for e-waste go far enough?

Do the higher collection targets for e-waste go far enough?
New laws require EU member states to recycle 45% of electrical and electronic equipment sold from 2016, rising to 65% in 2019
Too far - they are unrealistic
Yes, sensible new targets
No, more needs to be done

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