After much negotiation and wringing of hands, Members of the European Parliament have finally reached a deal to try to assist with the growing electronic waste crisis on the Continent.
Green campaigners have been happy about moves to speed up the banning of the exportation of electronic waste to developing countries.
With the New Year, there comes an urgent need for cell recycling. It is not difficult to divine the reasons for this.
With Indore generating between 4000 and 6000 tons of electronic waste on an annual basis, disposing of it is becoming a serious cause for concern.
Ghana is being subjected to an “uncontrollable” flow of electronic waste including used electronic goods such as old cell phones.
Indore in India was the obvious choice for the first electronic waste recycling plant in the state, according to Mishra.
Keep Northern Illinois Beautiful (KNIB) is reminding residents of the US state that the Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act, complete with recent amendments, will come into full force from the beginning of next year.
Electronic waste, including old cell phones, is a serious problem all over the world, and WEEE Systems, a startup company based in the United Kingdom, has big plans to try to deal with the growing issue.
The first electronic waste collection center in the state of Sarawek in Borneo will be set up in Sibu, with efforts now underway to find an appropriate piece of land for the scheme.
Smartphones are often offered at discounted prices for customers who will agree to a service contract for a specified term with a mobile website provider, usually one or two years, but the giant Internet retailer Amazon has taken this idea to an extreme with their new “Penny Pincher” cell phone sale. As the sale name […]