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Cliff Hacking, President & CEO of EPRA, is interviewed in the Globe and Mail’s 2016 Clean 50 Report on how EPRA programs have diverted more than 96 million devices from landfill with recovered materials going back into the manufacturing supply chain. Click on the article to view it on page (C6) of the report.
An EPRA Print Ad ran on page C4 of the Clean 50 Report. Click on the image of the ad and scroll down to view it on the page of the report.
To view a PDF of the Clean 50 Report, click here. Or, view the online version at www.globeandmail.com/adv/clean50
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