The growing problem of electronic waste and how electronic recycling addresses the problem

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Electronic waste is defined as any appliance or device that utilizes electricity as a power source. This includes computers, laptops, monitors and other connected devices. Technological advances have created a growing obsolescence in appliances and other devices. Commonly known as e waste this type of waste isn’t easily recycled. It is a well known fact that e waste often winds up in landfills or is exported. Proper electronics recycling extracts precious metals that can be reused and eliminates the need for incineration.

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