Hong Kong’s environmental protection department under fire for failing to prevent the import of electronic waste, with activists claiming they have been providing information on illegal dump sites since 2007.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. June 8 launched an Ombudsman Committee on Leukemia of Samsung, (Ombudsman), an external monitoring structure agreed to by SHARPS in January 2016. Three Years The ombudsman currently seats labor law professor of Seoul National University Lee Cheol-soo, and two medical professors. Earlier, the nomination of Prof. Lee as chair was approved by…
SHARPS marked Semiconductor Day, the industry’s anniversary celebrating its first annual exports in 1994 of U$ 10 billion in memory chips, on Oct 29 with protests and a round of petitions for worker compensation for seven workers who contracted occupational diseases while working in semiconductor labs. Widespread Hazards Among the seven petitioners, four are former…
SHARPS and its supporters began a sit-in as Samsung walked out of arbitration talks SHARPS and its supporters began a sit-in in front of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.’s corporate headquarters in central Seoul on Oct.
In an unprecedented ruling, Korea Workers’ Compensation and Welfare Service (KCOMWEL) on June 1 cited malignant lymphoma as an occupational disease and granted workers compensation to Park Hyo-soon, a former Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. employee who died of the blood disorder four years ago. Posthumous Grant KCOMWEL’s posthumous grant broke the old decision-making pattern,…
Your next iPhone could be made in India. According to a report in ET Now, the iPhone contract manufacturer Foxconn is in talks with the Indian government to open a facility to make Apple smartphones in the country.
Replying to a plea on non-implementation of e-waste rules, the National Green Tribunal has directed state pollution control boards to submit complete information on e-waste generation, recycling and its disposal.
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