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Second International E-Waste Design CompetitionMay 9th, 2011

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Ever wonder what happens to your electronic waste? That old computer or cell phone you discarded? Do you want new electronics in 10 to 20 years? If so, here is your chance to do something about it by creating innovative new uses for existing electronic waste, as well as its future prevention.

Through the Second International E-Waste Design Competition, participants are asked to explore solutions to both remediate the existing e-waste problem and prevent e-waste generation in the future. The spirit of this competition is to prompt the industrialized world to dialogue about product designs for environmentally responsible green computing and entertainment. The goals of this competition are to learn about ways to reuse e-waste for new and productive means, explore your own ideas for how to address e-waste problems and contribute to the body of knowledge that advances the practice of environmentally responsible product design for current and future computing technology products.

You’re invited to create a broad range of design concepts and innovations for technology products that demonstrate fresh approaches and responsible solutions for green computing technologies.

May 9th, 2011

May 9th, 2011



The Jury will award one finalist from each of the two categories a Platinum Award of 5,000 USD, a Gold Award of 3,000 USD, and a Silver Award of 1,000 USD, for a total of six monetary awards. Honorable Mention awards may also be given.


The competition is open to anyone 18 years or older who is currently attending college, or who graduated from college since May 2007. One entry per person or team is allowed. Teams must have no more than 5 members.


Juror invitations have gone out to industry leaders representing Fortune 500 companies such as Google, Microsoft, the U.S. EPA, Boeing, Dell and others. Jurors will be announced as they are confirmed.