Travis Mills

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E-waste is a growing issue in first world countries. As you can see from this graphic, there is an incredible amount of techno-trash being generated. However, the majority of this waste is not being properly recycled, but instead being thrown into the landfills. This is a major issue because these devices do not breakdown.

Infographic Shows The Growing Concern of E-Waste E-Waste Infographic Metrofax – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

E-waste Collection Day...great fundraising idea for your school, charity, etc.

Read more about Spice Group to set up e-waste plant in UP on Business Standard. Plant would recycle discarded mobile phones to form the backend integration chain for proposed cellphone manufacturing unit

What is E-Waste?

These sets of graphics are entirely based off of information of the European Union. These graphics show what percentage of what e-waste is most commonly produced in the EU as well as the problems and concerns that are being raised from this growing issue

There is a little silver lining to the epidemic of techno-trash.  This website shows the proper way of disposing of your old technologies, and how to properly recycle them.  Recycling technologies not only reduces the amount of e-waste and techno-trash we dump yearly; but it also allows us to reduce the amount of natural resources we mine every year to continue making new devices.

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

Techno-Trash; Where and How to get rid of your electronic devices

A collection of images, websites and general information in regards to E-waste. Its impact, how we can reduce it, and why we need to change

The Lightbulb Conspiracy regards to planned obsolescence by major corporations in order to ensure that the consumer will have to purchase a new device much sooner. Did you know that light bulbs used to last upwards of 2500 hours? Now you would be lucky to get 1000 hours our of one.

Did you know that the lifetime of light bulbs once used to last for more than 2500 hours and was reduced on purpose to just 1000 hours?

Your carrier wants you to buy into early upgrades but should you take the bait -  We get it. It's been a year since you got a new phone, and it doesn't have a Super Ultra HD screen, 80MP camera or fancy pants 50-core processor. You pine for the latest and

Your carrier wants you to buy into early upgrades but should you take the bait - We get it. It's been a year since you got a new phone, and it doesn't have a Super Ultra HD screen, camera or fancy pants processor.