International Campaign for Responsible Technology

Connecting activists and organizations around the world to make the electronics industry accountable and sustainable by focusing on the full life cycle of our high-tech gadgets, from mining, manufacturing, use, to end of life (e-waste recycling)

40-Years in the Making

Learn about the timeline of development of the global electronics health and justice movement

The Impact of Tech on Health

Learn more about the health impacts that tech can have on workers and consumers

The Impacts

Current News

• Solar panel recycling: Turning ticking time bombs into opportunities

• 5G: the true cost will be measured in e-waste

Campaigns

• Think Different, Apple, and Use Excess Cash to Help Factory Workers

• ICRT Response to Samsung

• Report from the Global Strategy Meeting on Sustainable Electronics

Campaigns

• Think Different, Apple, and Use Excess Cash to Help Factory Workers

• ICRT Response to Samsung

• Report from the Global Strategy Meeting on Sustainable Electronics

Donations

As a non-profit, ICRT relies on donations help to keep us running so that we can continue connecting activists and organizations around the world in the journey to make the electronics industry accountable and sustainable. Please consider a donation today!

Want more information?

Take a look at our current research, presentations, or videos to learn more about sustainable electronics globablly.

You can also explore the following information

  • Track Apple’s and DELL’s global manufacturing supply chain,
  • Learn even more with our master list of articles going all the way back to the 1970s,
  • Read the Newsletters of Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition starting in the 1980s
Apple Inc. and DELL Manufacturing Supply Chain
Masterlist of Articles
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition Newsletter Archive
1980s
1984

  Silicon Valley Toxic News | March 1984 | Vol 2. No.1
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | November 1984 | Vol 2. No.2

1985

 Silicon Valley Toxic News | April 1985 | Vol 2. No.1

1986

 Silicon Valley Toxic News | Spring 1986 | Vol 4. No.1

1987

 Silicon Valley Toxic News | 1987 | Vol 5. No.1

1988

  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Spring 1988 | Vol 6. No.1
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Summer 1988 | Vol 6. No.2
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Fall 1988 | Vol 6. No.3

1989

  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Winter 1989 | Vol 7. No.1
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Spring 1989 | Vol 7. No.2
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Fall 1989 | Vol 7. No.3

1990s
1990

  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Spring 1990 | Vol 8. No.1
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Summer 1990 | Vol 8. No.2
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Fall 1990 | Vol 8. No.3
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Winter 1990 | Vol 8. No.4

1991

 Silicon Valley Toxic News | Summer 1991 | Vol 9. No.2

1992

   Silicon Valley Toxic News | Winter 1992 | Vol 10. No.1
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Fall 1992 | Vol 10. No.3
  Silicon Valley Toxic News | Winter 1992 | Vol 10. No.4

1993

   Good News Bad News at Moffett Field | Spring 1993 | Vol 11. No.1
  But Response Short on Details… Sematech Challenged | Summer 1993 | Vol 11. No.2
  SVTC Celebrates 11 Years of Work | Fall 1993 | Vol 11. No.3
  Saving the Valley’s Jobs and Environment | Winter 1993 | Vol 11. No.4

1995

 Workers Memorial Day Exposes High Cost of High Tech | Spring 1995 | Vol 13. No.1

1998

 Mapping Exposes Toxics in the ‘Hood’ | Spring 1998 | Vol 16. No.1

1999

 Regional Initiative Tackles Toxics Legacy | Spring 1999 | Vol 17. No.1