When the latest cell phone comes out, many people rush out to buy it.
The issue of electronic waste as relating to old cell phones and computers appears to be lost on the people of Nigeria.
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The Jamaican government will be taking a close look at its policies relating to the disposal of used cell phones and other forms of outdated electronic equipment, according to the country’s Minister of Education, Andrew Holness.
Despite the increasing amount of information out there regarding cell phone recycling, there are some people somewhat at a loss about what to do with an old cell phone once they’re done with it.
The general public in Jordan is being urged to dispose of old cell phones and other forms of outdated electronic equipment in a responsible manner, by dropping them off at designated electronic waste centers.
The government New Zealand is to set up a depot for the recycling of electronic waste such as used cell phones.
A new plant to dispose of and recycle old cell phones and other forms of electronic waste is under development in Italy.
An anti-pollution project that was launched last year in the Bulacan is expanding in order to include the proper disposal of old cell phones.
The improper disposal of old cell phones and other forms of electronic waste in Colombo is leading to a big increase in pollution, according to experts.