The lack of regulation in e-waste management puts millions at risk
WHO report calls for more effective, binding action to protect children from growing health threat
Bangladesh must manage, dispose, and recycle responsibly
Electrical waste also contains hazardous substances such as mercury and lead
The volume of e-waste is increasing daily and the country still lacks a proper mechanism to recycle...
Proper management of e-waste is necessary to prevent health and safety hazards
Raw materials in the 2016 scrap were worth an estimated 55 billion euros, including metals such as gold,...
Where do electrical and electronic goods go when they die?
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