E-waste and electronic recycling. Improper disposal of electronic equipment can lead to lasting environmental and health hazards.
How to Recycle Electronics and Scrap Do you want to upgrade your flat screen TV or replace office printers, faxes and monitors with new gadgets? Unused electronics do not belong in trash cans. If you want to protect the environment, there are good reasons to recycle electronics and other scrap metal. Recycling old gadgets and [...]
7 Ways to Recycle Old Electronics This Year Each year millions of people will upgrade their old electronics to new ones. Electronic waste, other wise known as e-waste, describes discarded electrical or electronic devices. E-waste represents two percent of America's trash in landfills today. It equals more than 70 percent of overall toxic waste. Your [...]
9 Creative Ways to Reuse Your Electronic Waste As the years pass, piling up of old electronics seems to be a common feature in most 21st century homes. Many households end up simply discarding old or outdated devices under tarps in a basement or an attic. Many others simply toss them into the trash without [...]
The Process of Electronics Recycling Technology has been soaring since the 1990s and continues to move our lifestyles at a faster pace. If not properly guided and monitored, improper disposal of electronic equipment can lead to lasting environmental and health hazards. The craze to get the latest and newest gadgets in the tech market has [...]
How to Recycle Your Electronic Waste Technology continues to grow and thrive as the years move. Every few months households upgrade their electronic devices. In fact, 48 percent of consumers upgrade their cell phones within two years. Upgrading televisions, cell phones, and other devices is excellent and invigorating, however, to get rid of the old [...]
Understanding Electronic Waste Electronic waste is discarded electrical or electronic devices. Often electronics which have reached the end of their life cycle land in this category such as mobile phones and outdated laptops, televisions, or desktop computers. Devices which are to be reused, resold, recycled, or disposed off are also considered to be electronic waste. [...]