E-Waste

Alex Lin

Introduction

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A Field Trip to the State House

What we're talking about is A Field Trip to the State House you will learn more if you read this chapter.

When e-waste goes into landfills, it puts our waterways, soil and air at risk because a lot of our consumer electronics such as TVs, phones and computers contain toxic materials or harmful chemicals like mercury, lead, or other heavy metals. But used electronics also have a lot of inherent value that we don’t realize.

Dell’s Reconnect recycling initiative is not consumer-facing like the other companies mentioned here, but it is a notable example of a “closed loop” program.


The Law of the Land

What we're talking about is The Law of the Land learn more if you read this chapter.

Sony’s Takeback Program allows customers to recycle old batteries and TVs at e-recycling drop off centers for free. When the program started in 2007, Sony was the first to establish a recycling collaboration between a major electronics manufacturer and a national waste management company.

Sprint collected 6.3 million used mobile devices from its customers in 2014, half of which came from its Buyback Program, established in 2001.



Conclusion

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