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E-waste = Electronic waste, aka discarded electrical or electronic devices

Recommended Listening
Can we break our bond to devices we don’t use?

Headlines
Recycling electronics: What to do with your old laptops, phones, cameras and batteries – CNET
The dark side of electronic waste
Why Apple and other tech companies are fighting to keep devices hard to repair
The Future of Electronics: Biodegradable and Eco-Friendly Technology

Elsewhere on the Web
E-Wastemonitor
Choice list of recycling options
Balkan E-Waste
sustainvegas.com

WEEE Forum
weee-forum.org
International E-waste Day: Of ~16 Billion Mobile Phones Possessed Worldwide, ~5.3 Billion will Become Waste in 2022

Canberra, Australia
Free e-waste recycling for ACT

Burkina Faso
Digital Dumping Ground – Boat Ma

Embedded Tweets

Colorado: Only about 17% of 53.6 million metric tons of consumer electronics are responsibly recycled and documented each year, leaving 44.3 million tons unaccounted for.

Has anyone ever just thrown out the huge box of old cables and cords that you’ve been carting from home to home for years and lived to tell the tale?

Each year, people around the world throw away about 50 million metric tons of tech.

Don’t let old tech go to waste. We recycle all kinds of tech, no matter how old, how big, or where you bought it.

Wikipedia
Electronic waste

Planeta.com

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