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- Elizabeth Grossman Author, "High Tech Trash: Digital Devices, Hidden Toxics and Human Health" (Island Press)
- Hilary Miller Administrator, Recycling and Operations Program, Maryland Department of the Environment
- Sarah Westervelt E-Waste Project Coordinator, Basel Action Network
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