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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Electronic Waste e-waste also consist of plastics, metals, and wood. ITS EFFECT COULD BE VERY HARMFUL TO OUR ENVIROMENT WHAT ABOUT THE CARBON EMISSION THE SOLUTION IS TO RECYCLE AND TO REUSE - The United Nation came up with a treaty called The Kyoto Protocol that should help reduce greenhouse gases (including carbon dioxide).- Volume of carbon emissions cannot be measured from extreme e-waste recycling.- Improper waste management increases the risk of toxicity and contamination. - Carbon dioxide is one of the greenhouse gasses - Burning fossil fuels (Human activities) are the main cause of greenhouse gasses and theygenerates heat and energy.- Heat accumulates in the atmosphere Global Warming. Recycling E-waste should be done in a good way, which most likely follows the process bellow Out of use and outdated electronics Reuseable Not reusable -The rapid demand on technologies results more electronic waste.- E-waste is mostly gets burned as a way of recycling which in fact harms the environment. - E-waste increases CO2 in the air, which contributes in global warming.- Burning e-waste releases Hydrochloric acid which can damage the skin, eyes, and internal organs.- High amount of Cadmium (which can be found in batteries) builds up in humans kidney, which leads to various kidney diseases. If it's inhaled into the lungs, it causes distraction to the lungs and might also cause death. Resold or Donated Plastics Materials such as disk drives, motors, metals, glass, etc. Various other materials (wood, packaging, etc.) get separated for recycling, energy recovering, or land filling Plastics goes through shredding, crushing and washing They are used in variety of applications E-waste is the electronics that are thrown away because they're out of use or outdated. EXAMPLES OF PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS THAT HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE RECYCLING OF E-WASTE
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