We threw out 41.8 million metric tons of ‘e-waste’ in 2014. What happens to this waste after we discard it?
Humans threw out 41.8 million metric tons of ‘e-waste’ last year
“The world generated 41.8 millions metric tons of e-waste last year—another new record, according to a new report from the United Nations University, an academic and research arm of the United Nations.”
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