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  • Electronic waste includes computers, entertainment electronics, mobile phones and other items that have been discarded by their original users. While there is no generally accepted definition of electronic waste, in most cases electronic waste consists of electronic products that were used for data processing, telecommunications, or entertainment in private households and businesses that are now considered obsolete, broken, or irreparable.
  • Despite its common classification as a waste, disposed electronics are a considerable category of secondary resource due to their significant suitability for direct reuse (for example, many fully functional computers and components are discarded during upgrades), refurbishing, and material recycling of its constituent raw materials (listed below). Re conceptualization of electronic waste as a resource thus preempts its potentially hazardous qualities.
  • Electronic waste processing systems have matured in recent years following increased regulatory, public, and commercial scrutiny, and a commensurate increase in entrepreneurial interest. Part of this evolution has involved greater diversion of electronic waste from energy intensive, down-cycling processes (eg. conventional recycling) where equipment is reverted to a raw material form.
  • This diversion is achieved through reuse and refurbishing. The environmental and social benefits of reuse are several: diminished demand for new products and their commensurate requirement for virgin raw materials (with their own environmental externalities not factored into the cost of the raw materials) and larger quantities of pure water and electricity for associated manufacturing, less packaging per unit, availability of technology to wider swaths of society due to greater affordability of products, and diminished use of landfills.
  • Some states in the US developed policies banning CRTs from landfills. Some e-waste processing is carried out within the US. The processing may be dismantling into metals, plastics and circuit boards or shredding of whole appliances. From  the state of California introduced a Electronic Waste Recycling Fee on all new monitors and televisions sold to cover the cost of recycling.
  •  The amount of the fee depends on the size of the monitor. Canada has also begun to take responsibility for electronics recycling. For example, in California was added to the cost of purchasing new televisions, computers, and computer components in British Columbia. The new legislation made recycling mandatory for all of those products.
  • The world is set to generate 40 million metric tons of electronic waste (e waste) this year, enough to fill a line of trucks stretching halfway around the world. E waste is rising three times faster than other forms of waste.
  • Waste Management Inc., which has several facilities around the country dedicated to the de manufacturing of collected end-of-life electronic equipment, likewise believes that price can not be a factor in cities' decisions about how to handle their collected materials, particularly at this point in the development of the e-waste market.

  • E-waste is consumer and business electronic equipment that is near or at the end of its useful life. Certain components of electronic products contain materials that render them hazardous, and include heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic. Many of these elements are extremely valuable, such as gold and platinum, while the majority of them are non-renewable.

  • E-Waste
  • Electronic Waste
  • Electronic Product Management
  • Solid Waste Fact Sheet
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Free Computer Recycling
  • Electronic Waste FAQ
  • Commonly Asked Questions
  • Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
  • Video clip


  • Recycling Process
  • Recycling E-waste in Chile
  • Our Recycle Process
  • Process Of Recycle
  • Recycling Debate
  • Electronic Waste - Recycling Services
  • The Electronics Recycling Process
  • E-waste processing in the informal sector
  • Electronic Waste Recycling
  • A True Closed Loop Recycling Process
  • E Tech Recycling
  • Business Model & Process
  • Cell Phone
  • Cell Phone Recycling
  • Computers

Company Profile

  • Australian Recycling company
  • Company In USA
  • Company In Austin
  • Company In New York
  • Company In India
  • Company In Scotland
  • Company In North America
  • Company In Levittown
  • Company In UK
  • Company In Penang
  • Company In India
  • Company In Atlanta


  • Consultants In America
  • Consultants In Canada
  • Consultants In India
  • Consultants In Indiana
  • Consultants In US


  • Apple And The Environment
  • Status Of E Waste Management
  • E-Waste  The World’s Fastest Growing Waste Problem
  • China Becomes Prime Global Victim of "E-waste"
  • Ict Sector
  • E waste & Trade
  • EU Ban Opens E-Waste Market
  • E waste
  • E-Waste Problem
  • Tapping e-waste business
  • The cost of e-waste
  • E Waste Trade Value Chain


  • Integrated Waste Management Board
  • Electronic Waste  Management Activities
  • E-waste Management Policy
  • E-waste Management and Pollution Prevention
  • IT Waste Management In Canada
  • E Waste Policy Issues
  • E-Waste Policy for India
  • Creation Of Optimum Knowledge Bank For efficient E Waste


  • E-waste hazards
  • E-waste hazards in China
  • E-waste Report
  • Electronic Hazardous Waste
  • Recycling Of Electronic Waste
  • Electronic Waste Is A Social & Global Issue.
  • E Waste Solutions
  • Toxic Tech
  • WEEE Hazards
  • China's E waste


  • CRT Recycling system
  • CRT Monitor Processing
  • CRT Recycling system & Equipments
  • CRT Recycling Machine
  • Innovation in e-waste from beginning to end of life
  • Momentum builds for ‘revolution’ to recycle electronic waste
  • Reuse and Green Your Network
  • States Adopt E-Waste Legislation
  • There is a new trend in trash - ‘e-waste’
  • New Material Development Key to Successful Electronic Waste Recovery


  • Supreme Computer & Recycling
  • E Waste Products
  • Trishyiraya Recycling


  • Continuous adiabatic process
  • Methods for Deployment & Recycling
  • Streams Of E waste
  • Thermionic Reactor
  • Method and apparatus for striping a tire sidewall


  • An Indian Perspective
  • Project Coverage : required details
  • Cell Phone recycling - Feasibility
  • E-Waste - India Report
  • India - Sweden : Comparison
  • E Waste Inventory
  • E-Waste Recycling Assessment
  • E Waste Product Life Cycle
  • Project - Case Study
  • E-Waste, Project
  • Conceptual Business Plan
    For an Electronic Product Stewardship
  • E-Waste Channels
  • E-waste Projects Under the Basel Convention
  • Electronic Waste Management


  • The mechanics of e-waste recycling
  • Electronic Waste Recycling Collection
  • Environmental Technology Council
  • Recycling E-Waste
  • New E-Waste Recycling Laws
  • Dumping ground for e-waste
  • E-waste crisis
  • The Issues Surrounding this Hot Recycling Topic
  • Electronic Waste Recycling Rules Go Into Effect
  • Electronic Waste recycling development
  • Computer Recycling
  • Electronic Waste Recycling Trial
  • The E-Waste Tsunami

Rules & Regulations

  • E-waste rules driving change in United States
  • Electronic Waste Recycling Promotion
  • E-Waste Regulations
  •  Addition Of Rules
  • Indian rules
  • Connecticut Recyclers Coalition Supports Shared Responsibility for  E-Waste Recycling
  • Waste rules affect global market
  • Electronics Waste
  • Recycling for the Next Generation
  • New rules target dangerous e-waste

Pollution Control

  • Perspectives of Electronic Waste Management
  • E Waste Management
  • Draft Guidelines for Environmentally Sound
    Management of Electronic Waste
  • E-waste, a major threat to environment
  • Air Pollution Control Board
  • Electronic waste


  • Consumer's Guide To Electronics Recycle
  • Electronic Waste Guide
  • Guidelines
  • International activities on E-waste and guidelines for future work
  • E Waste Guidelines
  • Guidelines for Developing Activities
  • Electronic Waste
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