The Global E-waste Monitor 2020 provides the most comprehensive overview of the global e-waste challenge,
What is the role of consumer behavioral change in a circular economy?
E-waste is referred to as the world’s fastest growing solid waste stream. Since 2000, e-waste has grown from 20 million to 50 million tonnes per year.
14 December, Bonn – “In 2017, 6.2 million metric tonnes (Mt) of mercury-added product waste were generated worldwide,
According to the Global E-waste Statistics Partnership, the whereabouts of most of the global e-waste is currently unknown
About 3/4 of 60,000 tonnes of used electronic equipment shipped to Nigeria
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