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Definition of the noun E-Waste

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noun

  1. discarded electronic equipment

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"E-Waste": An animated film illustrates the environmental and human damage caused by electronic waste while offering solutions to this global problem.

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Google previewResource Recovery to Approach Zero Municipal Waste (2015)

by Mohammad J. Taherzadeh, Tobias Richards

e-waste is a problem and opportunity, (2) producers should be responsible for waste, (3) there...

One problem with the laws and systems governing e-waste is that they have to satisfy a number of aspects, or as ...

Google previewHandbook of Research on Green ICT: Technology, Business and Social Perspectives (2010)

Technology, Business and Social Perspectives by Unhelkar, B.

E-waste is a term that refers to all electrical as well as electronic appliances that are no longer used by consumers. For example; white goods, stereo systems, TVs, computers, computer peripherals, communication devices and peripherals.

Google previewGreen Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications (2011)

Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications by Management Association, Information Resources

E-waste is a term that refers to all electrical as well as electronic appliances that are no longer used by consumers. For example; white goods, stereo systems, TVs, computers, computer peripherals, communication devices and peripherals.

Google previewGreen IT: Reduce Your Information System's Environmental Impact While Adding to the Bottom Line (2008)

Reduce Your Information System's Enviornmental impact While Adding to the Bottom Line by Toby Velte, Anthony Velte, Robert Elsenpeter

E-waste is a concern because of the impact of its toxicity and carcinogenicity when components are not properly disposed of. Toxic substances can include: • Lead • Mercury • Cadmium • Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) A typical computer ...

Google previewThe College Writer: A Guide to Thinking, Writing, and Researching, Brief (2016)

by John Van Rys, Verne Meyer, Randall VanderMey, Patrick Sebranek

E-waste is an inevitable by-product 7 8 9 of the Industrial Age, but we must keep in mind that the level of waste should be controlled. Our electronics should have the longest life possible before. The Prison Problem Pretty much everybody from ...

Google previewPositive Development (2012)

From Vicious Circles to Virtuous Cycles through Built Environment Design by Janis Birkeland

Clearly, e-waste is a problem that is not going away. Like all forms of waste, e- waste is highly political and the long-term solution, therefore, will be political. The European Commission is currently adopting a new Regulatory Framework for the ...

Google previewAmerican Recycler, March 2009

Clearly, e-waste is a global problem. 60 Minutes could have easily done a story on a European country illegally exporting unprocessed goods to a developing country. 60 Minutes should also have given credit to states like California ( seventh ...

Google previewDictionary of Corporate Social Responsibility (2015)

CSR, Sustainability, Ethics and Governance by Samuel O. Idowu, Nicholas Capaldi, Matthias S. Fifka, Liangrong Zu, René Schmidpeter

Schiopu E-waste, electronic waste or waste of electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is usually regarded as a problem, with damaging effects on the environment. Modern electronics can contain up to 60 ...

Google previewDictionary Of Computer & Information Technlgy

by Mrinal Talukdar

e-waste E-waste is any refuse created by discarded electronic devices and components as ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Sustainable Technologies (2017)

by Martin Abraham

such as e-waste, were usually being processed by developing countries (Global South), ...

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Waste is not
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