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WorldLoop’s strategic partners recognized for sustainability

WorldLoop is proud of their strategic partners whose commitments to sustainability have been recognized on an international standard.   Umicore...

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1st container arriving in Belgium
7 tons of e-waste arrive in Belgium from Kenya

7 tons of printed circuit boards, a highly complex and toxic type of electronic waste, arrived from WorldLoop's member, the WEEE Centre in Nairobi (Kenya) at Umicore’s precious metals refinery facility in Hoboken (Belgium) fo...

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WorldLoop holds first Ambassador Day with key stakeholders

Key stakeholders in ICT for development and e-waste management gather at Umicore to discuss WorldLoop's first year of operations. On 4 December, WorldLoop brought together key stakeholders in sustainable ICT for development and e-waste managemen...

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WorldLoop keynote speaker at EuroCIO

Each year, EuroCIO‘s conference gathers CIOs from companies all over Europe to exchange on new trends in the world of ICT. This year, the international conference took place in Brussels on 29 and 30 November. Ms. Neelie Kroes, Commissioner for...

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WorldLoop participates in Arenberg Symposium at KU Leuven

On November 28 2012, WorldLoop participated in the prestigious Arenberg symposium (Van Cauteren chair) at the University of Leuven. The topic of the day was: “Golden waste: tomorrow’s resources” and the program included speakers fro...

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WEEE Centre Awareness Drive
E-waste awareness increasing in Kenya

The WEEE Centre continues to raise awareness on the existence and dangers of e- waste and the importance of environmentally sound e-waste recycling at "Save the Earth" expo in Nairobi Kenya. Electronic waste is an emerging public health r...

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WorldLoop presents on resource conservation at TBLI Conference

Each year, the TBLI Group brings together financial professionals from all over the world to educate and raise awareness on the benefits and opportunities of sustainable investing. The aim is to maximize investment flows into sustainable projects and new sustainable businesses....

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu unveils WorldPC’s new name!

On Monday, September 24th, 2012, esteemed member of our Board of Recommendations, Archbishop Desmond Tutu unveiled WorldPC’s new name and logo, WorldLoop, in the presence of 250 supporters, amongst them his Royal Highness Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme, member of the Dutch Roy...

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Dell
Dell Supports WorldLoop

The multinational computer technology corporation, Dell, develops, sells, repairs and supports computers and related products and services. Along with Rabobank, Dell has committed to purchasing a signific...

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Rabobank Group
Rabobank supports WorldLoop

Rabobank Group is an international financial service provider based in the Netherlands. It is active in the area of banking, asset management, leasing, insurance and real estate. In the Netherlands, its focus area is providing financial services in the broadest sense. Internationally, Rabobank focuses mainly on...

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