Forty-four million tonnes of e-waste was generated last year. Activists want big tech to start dealing with the problem. by Sanjana Varghese 27 Aug 2019 Because worldwide annual e-waste is worth $62.5bn – more than the gross domestic product of many countries – environmental advocates are encouraging reclamation efforts like this mobile-phone recycling workshop […]
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By Rick LeBlanc Updated June 25, 2019 With new cheap devices, society has reaped tremendous benefits. This explosive growth in the electronics industry, however, has led to a rapidly escalating issue of end-of-life (EOL) electronics or e-waste. In landfills or primitive recycling operations, toxic materials can be released from old electronic devices into the environment. […]
Electronic waste or e-waste describes discarded electrical or electronic devices. Used electronics which are destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal are also considered e-waste.
Find out how to dispose your electronic and electrical wastes (e-wastes) properly and stop damaging our Earth. Recycling of e-waste is vital in our era, where electronic and electrical devices are discarded and replaced very quickly. Do your part, save our Earth. This animation was created as part of the student MPU (U4) project. Check […]