E-Waste Recycling

Electronic Waste

E-waste recycling is the process of recovering valuable materials and resources from discarded electronic devices. As technology advances and devices become obsolete at a faster rate, the volume of electronic waste (or “e-waste”) being generated is increasing rapidly. E-waste can contain hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, and cadmium, as well as valuable resources such as gold, silver, and copper.

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Valuable Materials

Proper e-waste recycling not only helps protect the environment by preventing the release of harmful toxins and pollutants, but also conserves natural resources by recovering valuable materials that can be used again. E-waste recycling also helps in protecting our health, as many of the components in electronic waste can have severe health risks if not handled properly.

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