E-waste is a popular, informal name for electronic products nearing the end of their “useful life.” Computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, copiers, and fax machines are common electronic products. 246 more words
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We all know that Waste that we generate at home is slowly and steadily becoming a huge problem as more and more waste gets generated. But what we are not looking is the problem of e-Waste, which is even bigger than the normal waste. 706 more words
2 February 2018: The second Conference of the Parties (COP 2) to the Bamako Convention adopted a Ministerial Declaration reaffirming Parties’ commitment to a pollution-free Africa as the region’s contribution to achieving the SDGs and the sound management of chemicals and wastes. 555 more words
As we become more and more dependent on modern technology, the mountain of electronic waste becomes bigger and bigger. The pile of e-waste represents a serious danger to the environment and only through responsible recycling and proper waste differentiation, we will be able to mitigate the negative impact. 381 more words
Xpodence research updated data for competitive structure of the Global E-Waste Industry to devise effective growth strategies and facilitate better decision-making.
E-WASTE MARKETE-waste or electronic waste is waste material created by excluded electronic devices and components as well as materials involved in their production or useage. 739 more words