EarthDay Awareness Chart from our partner Funding Factory--Great recycle fundraisers for schools groups companies

E-Waste Topic EarthDay Awareness Chart from our partner Funding Factory--Great recycle fundraisers for schools groups companies

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

E-Waste By the Numbers: New Infographic Breaks Down U. Electronics Consumption - The future of E-waste

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INFOGRAPHIC: Why It's So Important to Properly Recycle and Dispose Old Electronics

Infographic: The Fate of the Common Gadget - Life and Death After Usage - The Digital Reader - Important to think about.

Growing E-Waste Epidemic (Infographic)

The Growing E-Waste Epidemic (Infographic) Have you ever thought about how much E-Waste we accumulate? Let’s take a closer look at how much E-waste the United States produced in just one year! E-Waste.

$15,000 of precious metals can be recovered from one ton of recycled e-waste

I Was Super Pumped For The New iPhone, Then Embarrassed When I Saw What Happened To My Last Phone

[Description of E-Waste] General description of E-Waste that helps us understand how E-Waste is generated, what happens to it etc. Brief note at the end regarding what happens to E-Waste once it gets to China.

E-Waste Infographic. This infographic doesn't mention how health harmful e-waste can be as well! #recycling

Visualizing The World’s E-Waste Problem

What is Ewaste? E-Waste Infographic. This infographic doesn't mention how health harmful e-waste can be as well!

Why is e-waste valuable? Computers, microwaves, video cameras – anything that runs on electricity and contains memory chips also contains metals and elements like gold, lead, mercury, iron and cadmium. They also have plastic (the outer casing), glass and fiberglass (the monitor). A major percentage of electronic waste contains plastic, glass and metals, which can (and should) be easily extracted. All of these individual parts can be separated from the unusable elements and refined to…

Why is e-waste valuable? Computers, microwaves, video cameras – anything that runs on electricity and contains memory chips also contains metals and elements like gold, lead, mercury, iron and cadmium. They also have plastic (the outer casing), glass and fiberglass (the monitor). A major percentage of electronic waste contains plastic, glass and metals, which can (and should) be easily extracted. All of these individual parts can be separated from the unusable elements and refined to…

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