Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Protest-at-Philips-Headquarters-in-Copenhagen-27MZIFLROTMP.htmlConceptually similarProtest at Philips Headquarters in CopenhagenGP01IDGCompleted★★★★Protest at Philips Headquarters in CopenhagenGP01IDHCompleted★★★★★★Greenpeace activists chained themselves at the base of DDS's crane. Copenhagen, DenmarkGP0J8Completed★★★★Detox Protest at The North Face Store in CopenhagenGP0STPKESCompleted★★★★Toxics Action Incineration Plant in DenmarkGP01G0ACompleted★★★★Culture for Climate Concert in CopenhagenGP04321Completed★★★★Culture for Climate Concert in CopenhagenGP04322Completed★★★★Culture for Climate Concert in CopenhagenGP0432BCompleted★★★★Culture for Climate Concert in CopenhagenGP0432CCompleted★★★★View AllGP01IDFProtest at Philips Headquarters in CopenhagenGreenpeace activists protest outside Philips headquarters. The activists are demanding that the company be responsible for the collection and recycling of their used electronic products.Locations:Copenhagen-Denmark-ScandinaviaDate:10 Jun, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Johanna HannoMaximum size:1941px X 2912pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Day-Direct communications-Electronic waste-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Philips-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Protest at Philips Headquarters in CopenhagenGreenpeace activists protest outside Philips headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark holding a banner that reads “Phillips: Be Sensible – Simply Stop E-Waste Dump!” The activists are demanding that the company be responsible for the collection and recycling of their used electronic products. Countries like India and China have long been a destination for e-waste dumping by unscrupulous traders looking to make a quick profit on e-waste from the US and Europe. Philips publicly states that recycling is the responsibility for the customer and government and consumers should pay for recycling, not the product makers. Behind the scenes Philips lobbies to avert legislation to make companies more responsible for recycling their own products. Greenpeace is calling on Phillips to develop a range of products free of the worst toxic chemicals and a comprehensive, free, global take-back scheme to ensure responsible recycling.