Many substances -- including electronic waste -- pose all sorts of dangers to the health of individuals and the environment.
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DENVER (AP) — Henry Renteria-Vigil, once a welfare recipient, found his riches in the wastelands of Colorado's landfills.
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With the amount of e-waste reaching astonishing heights, the possibility of self-healing electronics is too goo...
e-Waste is a difficult problem when it comes to keeping it out of waste streams. Unlike typical recycling with a blue bin offered in practically every...
The problem of excess waste goes much deeper than wanting or using too much stuff. It's a deeply ingrained systemic problem that results in damage to our environment and our health in ways that go way beyond trash.
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I was scouting near Times Square on Friday when I noticed a neat new billboard on 7th Ave promoting Best Buy's electronics recycle program.
The scale is astounding. One estimate is that at Indians generated at least 383979 metric tons of e-waste in 2007. And by 2011, it will have climbed to over 400,000 tons.
Recycling is one of the easiest steps you can take toward living green--but some recycling matters more than others.
Be aware, it takes even more energy and resources, pound for pound, to produce a Dell than a Dodge. A computer's energy usage has just begun once it leaves the factory, though.
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