Electronic waste should never be put in with your normal rubbish. It might pose a fire hazard and catch alight; certain components might be toxic to humans and the environment; it could be reused; or valuable parts should be recycled.
The following serves as a brief guide to E-waste recycle, repair and reuse.
Newer, more appealing technologies are coming out every year, and sometimes electronic goods are only thrown away to make way for new ones – but have not yet reached the end of their lifespan.
In these cases, the device could go on to benefit groups who might otherwise not have access, in turn, reducing waste output.
So before you throw it away, consider: Is it really broken? And where can I take this electronic item to possibly be reused?
Electronic waste should never be put in with your normal rubbish. Find out where to drop your E-waste off by clicking the button below.
The good news is, many electronic devices can be recycled – and for your ease of reference, we have included a list of examples by clicking the button below,
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