Electronic waste on the rise

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Electronic devices are more and more present in the lives of consumers. Let's take a closer look at the impacts of this reality on humans and the environment, especially in Asian countries.
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“The amount of waste electrical and electronic equipment generated in Asia has increased by 63 % in five years, according to this report released Sunday by the United Nations University, which calls for urgent improvement of recycling procedures and reprocessing. "

Source: La Presse

“The rise in living standards in Asia is accompanied by a worrying increase in the amount of electronic waste generated by the continent, according to a UN study which is concerned about their health and environmental impact. "

Source: La Presse

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