Christina Jones

Infographic Shows The Growing Concern of E-Waste

by , 03/25/13

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With scores of new smartphones and tablets release every quarter, tons of electronic devices are thrown away – and they often wind up filling our landfills and polluting the environment. Electronic waste is a growing concern – over 2.4 million tons of waste was generated by gadgets in 2010 alone. This waste often includes toxic materials such as lead, mercury and lithium to name a few. This infographic by Metrofax discusses this growing concern, and how recycling e-waste can reduce its carbon footprint.

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