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Feature: Charity case

It all seemed to have gone quiet on the WEEE front. Producers had heaved a sigh of relief at the Government's plans to delay implementation of the Waste Electrical Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive until January 2006 and a calm descended on the frantic lobbying that characterised the run-up to Christmas. That was until a seven metre tall, three tonne human-like sculpture made from electro scrap turned up at London's South Bank.

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