At least there is a positive contribution we can all make to the growing problem of e-waste | What happens to all the E-waste we produce? http://calgary.isgreen.ca/

At least there is a positive contribution we can all make to the growing problem of e-waste | What happens to all the E-waste we produce? http://calgary.isgreen.ca/

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Easy Ideas to Reuse Old CD’s Electronics & E-Waste Upcycled Furniture
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20+ easy ways to reduce plastic in your home for greener living. #recycle #environment

20+ easy ways to reduce plastic in your home for greener living. #recycle #environment

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Computer Bugs, recycled art from computer parts by Julie Alice Chappell  Check her out here : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Julie-Alice-Chappell-Artist/146001165481339?fref=ts  Article found here > http://www.permaculture.co.uk/articles/recycling-create-art-computer-component-bugs

Computer Bugs, recycled art from computer parts by Julie Alice Chappell Check her out here : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Julie-Alice-Chappell-Artist/146001165481339?fref=ts Article found here > http://www.permaculture.co.uk/articles/recycling-create-art-computer-component-bugs

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Find Electronics Recycling Drop off Locations & E-Waste Disposal Centers near you. Where to recycle Electronics Waste (E-Waste) Disposal & Recycling Center Near Me

Find Electronics Recycling Drop off Locations & E-Waste Disposal Centers near you. Where to recycle Electronics Waste (E-Waste) Disposal & Recycling Center Near Me

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How to Properly Recycle Old Electronics - According to the EPA, of the roughly 2.25 million tons of used and unwanted electronics each year, only 18% is collected for recycling and roughly 82% winds up in landfills. Old computers, monitors, keyboards, printers, TVs, cell phones, and other electronic devices, referred to as "e-waste", contain dangerous lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, and more. When improperly disposed, this waste can pose serious health and environmental threats.

How to Properly Recycle Old Electronics - According to the EPA, of the roughly 2.25 million tons of used and unwanted electronics each year, only 18% is collected for recycling and roughly 82% winds up in landfills. Old computers, monitors, keyboards, printers, TVs, cell phones, and other electronic devices, referred to as "e-waste", contain dangerous lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, and more. When improperly disposed, this waste can pose serious health and environmental threats.

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E-waste may be a part of why consumers can be produced by consumers due to their wants. In the United States, there is a larger amount of waste being thrown out rather than being recycled. In this case, there is more e-waste being produced in the atmosphere. Some of these waste could be recycled and be reused. This example illustrates what is being defined as ‘techno-trash’ in week five. These are, furthermore, categorized as disuse and disposal.

E-waste may be a part of why consumers can be produced by consumers due to their wants. In the United States, there is a larger amount of waste being thrown out rather than being recycled. In this case, there is more e-waste being produced in the atmosphere. Some of these waste could be recycled and be reused. This example illustrates what is being defined as ‘techno-trash’ in week five. These are, furthermore, categorized as disuse and disposal.

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