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Published: Feb 18, 2021
Householders can now hand their electronic waste (e-waste) to postal delivery staff, in a campaign launched by Thailand Post and Advanced Info Service (AIS) to protect the environment.
Published: Oct 05, 2020
The Commerce Ministry has banned the import of 428 e-waste items as of September 15, and violators can face up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of five times the price of the shipment.
Published: Sep 13, 2020
Thailand is developing technology to extract rare-earth metals from recycled industrial and household waste to serve high-tech industries.
Published: Dec 30, 2018
The world is so interconnected, so changes imposed on the environment in Thailand – and the value Thais attach to ecology – cannot be viewed separately from what’s happening elsewhere.
Published: Jun 26, 2018
IMPORTERS FAIL TO HIT COLLECTION DEADLINE AMID CRACKDOWN ON ILLEGAL HANDLING
The Customs Department has seized and will push back more than 400 containers containing electronic waste and plastic scrap at Bangkok Port, department spokesman Chaiyuth Kamkun said on Tuesday.
Published: Jun 20, 2018
THE GOVERNMENT is seriously considering an immediate ban on the import of electronic waste.
Published: Jun 14, 2018
Basel convention ‘inadequate’ in protecting Thailand from dumping of hazardous wastes.
Published: Jun 13, 2018
More stringent checks planned to reduce rising trend of plastic and e-waste influx.
Published: Jun 12, 2018
At least 11 operators of e-waste separation businesses in Thailand have committed several wrongdoings, Deputy National Police Commissioner Pol General Wirachai Songmetta disclosed yesterday.
Published: Jun 09, 2018
FAILURE TO PASS TOUGH LAWS, REGULATIONS HAS MADE THAILAND AN EASY TARGET
Published: Jun 04, 2018
Four factories lose licences, banned from importing e-waste for 10 years
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