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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Problems Most E-Waste are not recycled, they are dumped into developing countries where workers earn extremely low wages Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources 2. Total E-Waste generated(million metric tons) E-Waste generatedkg per capita 29% On estimate roughly 50 - 80% Recycled Where did all the E-Wastego? And why is it important to us? Where did allthe E-Waste Go United States china Japan Germany Russia Brazil UK France Australia double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. In 201249 Millions Tons of E-WasteWere Generated Only Around of E-Waste are of E-Waste aretrashed or dumped intodeveloping countries Most E-Waste are exported intodeveloping countries like Chinaand India. They are often trashed or disposed unsafely. This has caused serious negative impacts on environment and people's health. Solutions 1. 2. 0 2 4 6 8 television digital camera DVD player desktop computer video game console laptop tablet computer cell phone smart phone 1. Actual Life Expectanccy Expected Life Expectancy Reuse Most electronicscan be reused at the time of their disposal Repair Many broken devicecan be repaired.Some broken devices still have good partsthat can be used Recycling Most E-Waste have metallike gold and silver inside ofthem. If a proper recycling chain is established. Thesemetal can reduce the costof recycling. Jobs will be created for repairing old electronics. Old devices can be soldand reused. Precious Metal can be recycledand sold. Money can be used topay for other recycling costs With the support from government and us.A proper recycling chain can be finially established. E-Waste - A Major Threat to Our Environment and Future Generation
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