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After Dump, What Happens To Electronic Waste?

What it is #ewaste #futureproblem #NHSBTT

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Infographic Shows The Growing Concern of E-Waste

What it is #EWaste #EraseEWaste #NHSBTT

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Where will this go to die? #EWaste #EraseEWaste #NHSBTT

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19-Year-Old Develops Ocean Cleanup Array That Could Remove 7,250,000 Tons Of Plastic From the World's Oceans

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The Vietnam Household Biogas Project is installing biogas systems across Vietnam which use waste from household cattle and pigs to create electricity for the home. This one-of-a-kind project is spreading renewable energy to households across Vietnam. The

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?

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E-waste recycling -- at whose expense?

I don't think that people realize the impact that their e-waste is having on the environment as well as on people. This article discusses how e-waste recycling puts workers in danger of health risks and why it is so important to dispose of our devices properly.

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Nifty infographic shows the ins and outs of recycling

There is no excuse not to recycle. >> Nifty infographic shows the ins and outs of recycling | MNN - Mother Nature Network

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Making recycled paper

A hands-on look at how paper is made. A perfect way for children to see and feel how paper is recycled. For more information, visit http://youclevermonkey.com/

When it doesn’t end up in our landfills, most plastic eventually makes its way to our oceans, where each year millions of fish, birds, and other animals die from plastic because they eat it or they get caught in it.

This poster provides a shocking look at how much e-waste is created and how much of that is not properly recycled. If someone were to look at all of the devices on the poster I'm sure they could pick out a few items they own and have probably never properly disposed of. It's shocking how much consumption there is and just how quickly and how large the waste accumulates to.

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E-Waste By the Numbers: New Infographic Breaks Down U.S. Electronics Consumption

E-Waste By the Numbers: New Infographic Breaks Down U.S. Electronics Consumption #recycling #ewaste #technology #science

the future of ewaste#safe earth #future generation #e-waste