11 Aug '17, 10pm

INFOGRAPHIC: The e-waste problem and how to help

Think of all the electronics in your life: your phone, tv, computer, game systems, USB drives, printers, Blu ray players, even smart devices like switches and home assistants. Now try to picture what happens to all of those things when they die. Over 50 million tons of e-waste are generated every year, and e-waste is nasty stuff. This infographic shows where e-waste ends up, which devices are the biggest culprits and how you can fight the e-waste problem.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/infographic-the-e-waste-problem-and-...

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