Mithun Kulen

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We will continue to create a certain amount of e-waste regardless of our ability to reduce consumption. This pin provides some excellent examples of how to reduce and reuse the e-waste and techno-trash we produce. Some agencies have taken a more ‘fair trade’ approach to e-waste disposal. These are the locations and agencies we should be taking our used and discarded tech devices to.

Dispose of e-waste. Computer parts can become hazardous landfill clutter if disposed improperly. Here is how to reuse or recycle computers.

This Pin is important and fits with the theme techno-trash because it helps readers visualize how big a problem e-waste has become. Moreover, special attention is paid to China. According to the pin, just 10 years ago, less than 1% of the Chinese population owned a computer. This number has steadily grown, and more and more Chinese consumers are now entering the e-device market. When the numbers are extrapolated, the amount of waste generated by the world’s e-devices will explode.

E-waste is something that effects all of us. Make sure you properly dispose of all your electronics by taking it to a licensed E-waste recycle facility.

The Planted Gadgets Pin may be a little kooky, but it fits well with the techno-trash theme. We cannot continue to produce waste and resources at our current pace. For the time being, we need a stop-gap solution. The strange and creative ways to reuse e-devices found in this pin offer some alternatives for us to think about. Many of our e-devices contain plastics and molded cases that are very durable and long-lasting. By using them, we can help reduce the amount of e-waste.

Here at the Jungalow we're obsessed with all things plants! I have them covering and spilling out into all corners of the jungalow ! They bring so much life, joy and texture to a space. My rule of thumb.