Electronic devices are indispensable in our technology-driven society, but what happens to old gadgets when they become outdated and no longer can be upgraded? Over time they tend to accumulate, taking up valuable storage space; you cannot simply throw them out as improper disposal can pose serious environmental hazards.
Electronic waste (e-waste) refers to electronic devices no longer in use or desired by their original owners, including such things as:
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E-waste contains potentially toxic materials like lead, mercury, Cadmium and brominated Flame Retardants - materials which if improperly dispo...