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What to Do with Old Electronics

Electronic waste, also known as e-waste, refers to any electronic device that is outdated, obsolete, broken, donated, discarded, or not useful anymore. Examples of e-waste include cell phones, computers, laptops, monitors, televisions, printers, scanners and other electronic devices. 577 more words

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More on Recycling and Food Waste:

Throwing away food is literally throwing away money. It is creating a ton of greenhouse gas emissions and more importantly it is wasting food that could have and should have been properly enjoyed. 453 more words

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How Recycling and Computers are Connected:

There is a lot of technology that goes into recycling which can be broken down into several different categories and methods. When it comes to the topic of computers and recycling there are at least twenty-five states in which have laws that are passed that make it regulatory for electronics to be recycled. 532 more words

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Design Makes or Breaks Recycling

The overall design of a product is actually the most important part of the process and it is also the first step in the process of it being recycled successfully or not as well as effective. 472 more words

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Is Organic Really Organic?

Organic food is no longer grown by small local family farms, or include happy healthy well feed cows. When the organic food producers and sellers first began back in the early 1970’s, you can bet your foods were truly organic and locally grown. 381 more words

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Design Makes or Breaks Recycling

The overall design of a product is actually the most important part of the process and it is also the first step in the process of it being recycled successfully or not as well as effective. 472 more words

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Hyperloop Transportation

Travel across the country is tedious even riding airplanes. It would seem like a science fiction novel if someone proposed that you could go from Los Angeles to San Francisco in less than thirty minutes. 331 more words

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