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Interesting Facts About E-Waste Management [Infographic]

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More Recycling Would Reduce The Danger Of The World Dealing With E-waste


Recycling old computers in the most lucrative way is the need of the hour. But that lucrative element should be composed with the welfare of nature. Every year millions of tons are produced by the leading countries and an action need to be taken to combat the same. Not only this, people should eye for making a wide change in their recycling habit and secure IT disposals. Computer disposals are widely spread and lead to a disastrous effect on the world and Mother Nature.

A strategy that works constructively to combat this issue must be implemented.

Read this infographic to know more about securing the earth with better E-waste management.

Interesting Facts About E-Waste Management [Infographic]

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E-waste isn't always easy and convenient to recycle. Local governments often have e-waste collection days a few times a year, but that means that homeowners have to store the unwanted items in the meantime. Several electronic stores will accept electronics for recycling, but some of the online e-waste recyclers have started charging for collection of some electronics, including TV and computer monitors. The following surprising facts about e-waste may help to spur action - both to protect the environment and to stop wasting resources that amount to quite a lot of cash being tossed in landfills each year:

E-waste doesn't have to mean 'game over'. Educate yourself on how to properly recycle e-waste. Once you've done that, search our recycle search database for outlets in your area!

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