What's Going on with Electronic Waste? (.PDF Download)

The United Nations University (UNU), the research arm of the U.N., defines “e-waste” as all items and parts of electrical and electronic equipment that have been discarded without the intent of being reused. Last year, says UNU, that amounted to more than 40 million tons worldwide... 

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