“Since the start of 2017, we have thrown out more than 6.4m tonnes of electronic goods, according to The World Counts, a website keeping a live tally of global e-waste. If past patterns are any judge, not much of this will get properly recycled: less than a sixth of the e-waste discarded around the world in 2014 was dealt with in this way, says the UN.”
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- Samsung and Greenpeace: what you need to know about e-waste | March 2017
- Electronic waste facts
- Facts and Figures on E-Waste and Recycling
- Is there a future for e-waste recycling? Yes, and it’s worth billions
There is no such thing as “away”
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