Tags » E-waste

Gold mining takes on a new meaning at the University of Saskatchewan

Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are lauding a golden idea to stop electronic waste.

Chemistry professor Steve Foley and PhD students Hiwa Salimi and Loghman Moradi, are behind an environmentally-friendly solution that extracts gold from electronics. 205 more words


E-Waste Collection Drive (March 2015)

Nowadays, everyone is tech-savvy. With the launch of a new electronic product which is very frequent nowadays, we rush to the nearest stores to get one or just sit at home in front of another electronic product to book one. 324 more words


Making the world a cleaner and healthier place to live in.

We should recycle/reuse waste/things as much in our potential to make this world a much cleaner and healthier place to live in. Here is a newspost named… 17 more words

Social, Awareness, Social Responsibility

Organized Crime and Waste Management

Author: Regina Paulose

For several years, the U.S. government had been collecting a small fee for nuclear waste storage. Although the fee was being collected through… 790 more words

Regina Paulose

E-Waste In Asia Jumps 63 Percent In Five Years

E-Waste In Asia Jumps 63 Percent In Five Years. Asian Scientists, January 17, 2017.

In just five years, Asian countries produced 12.3 million tonnes of e-waste, a weight 2.4 times that of the Great Pyramid of Giza.  123 more words

East Asia & Pacific

Michigan Tech Part Of Federal Energy Saving Project

HOUGHTON — Michigan Technological University is one of 85 partners in a US Department of Energy-funded $70 million energy-saving project called the REMADE (Reducing Embodied-energy and Decreasing Emissions) Institute. 234 more words


Ethical Electronics - what to buy and what to avoid

Using the Baptist World Aid 2016 Ethical Electronics guide, I’ve provided an easily accessible snapshot of which brands you should seek out and which to avoid when buying electronic goods. 333 more words

1. Living Ethically