INTRODUCTION
INFORMATIONEach Year..•   The USA discards 30 million computers.•   100 million mobile phones are disposed in Europe.
RECYCLINGRecycling is the process of basically turning used materials (e-waste) into new products whichis very environment...
RECYCLING-ACCEPTABLEITEMSNot all the electronics can be recycled, some could give out health hazards and reactionsunknown....
PROBLEMS-Approximately 50 million tons of E-Waste produced every year, and only 15-20% of the50 million tons could be recy...
SOLUTIONS-Sponsor/Donate/Support-Recycle-Government Regulation  -Fewer toxic materials and pollution  -Minimum life span. ...
CHARTSThis is a graph of a survey with only one simple question, the question was “Reason forrecycling”.                  ...
CHARTSThis survey has recycling preferences. The question was “How do you prefer to recycle youre-waste?”                 ...
THE END
REFERENCES•   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bw3ZNTqoz0I     • Largest video sharing website.•   http://en.wikipedia.org/w...
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E-Waste

  1. 1. INTRODUCTION
  2. 2. INFORMATIONEach Year..• The USA discards 30 million computers.• 100 million mobile phones are disposed in Europe.
  3. 3. RECYCLINGRecycling is the process of basically turning used materials (e-waste) into new products whichis very environmental friendly. Recyclable materials include many kinds ofglass, paper, metal, plastic, textiles, and electronics.It, in a way, also saves energy and money.
  4. 4. RECYCLING-ACCEPTABLEITEMSNot all the electronics can be recycled, some could give out health hazards and reactionsunknown.Here’s a short list of acceptable items:Batteries (Rechargeable, Single use)-Cellphones ,PDAs ,Pagers-Computers and related (Monitor, software disks, CPU)-Printers/ Scanners/ Fax Machines-Televisions-VCRs, DVDs
  5. 5. PROBLEMS-Approximately 50 million tons of E-Waste produced every year, and only 15-20% of the50 million tons could be recycled before more E-Waste are produced.
  6. 6. SOLUTIONS-Sponsor/Donate/Support-Recycle-Government Regulation -Fewer toxic materials and pollution -Minimum life span. -Ease of recycling -Information Requirements -Take-back, refund -Compulsory
  7. 7. CHARTSThis is a graph of a survey with only one simple question, the question was “Reason forrecycling”. Reason for recycling Because it will be recycled. I need the space. I know its not right to dump in the landfill. It is free. I dont know where else to take it. 11% 33% 11% 19% 26%
  8. 8. CHARTSThis survey has recycling preferences. The question was “How do you prefer to recycle youre-waste?” How do you prefer to recycle your E-Waste? Collection Events. Take it to a recycling centre. Take to local charity for reuse. Take to a computer retailer. Ship back to manufacturer. 4% 3% 9% 26% 58%
  9. 9. THE END
  10. 10. REFERENCES• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bw3ZNTqoz0I • Largest video sharing website.• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_waste• http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/en/campaigns/toxics/hi-tech-highly-toxic/e-waste/ • Good info.• http://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-e-waste • 11 good facts.• http://www.mfe.govt.nz/publications/waste/e-waste-survey-2009/html/page7.html• Good useful graphs.

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