Increasing e-waste poses huge environmental risk, causes economic losses

The UN has urged nations to improve the way they recycle the often hazardous rubbish which can leak hazardous chemicals like lead and cadmium into soil water and food and release toxic fumes

Increasing e-waste poses huge environmental risk, causes economic losses

A full 44.7 million tonnes of so-called e-waste was generated around the world in 2016 up eight per cent from two years earlier a report from the organisation shows. That's the equivalent of 4,500 Eiffel Towers

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