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E-waste: Hazardous chemicals

A pamphlet designed to create awareness on the hazardous chemicals from E-waste

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According to UNITAR (2024), in 2022, only 22.3% of electronic waste (e-waste) was officially recorded as being gathered and processed for recycling. This means that there is a significant amount of valuable natural resources, estimated to be worth US $62 billion, that have not been accounted for. Additionally, the inadequate collection and recycling of ewaste contribute to the growing pollution hazards faced by communities around the world. What is the fate of the remaining 77.7%? 

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leading countries based on electronic waste generation
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