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The informal recycling scene: challenges and opportunities posed for sustainability.

The Informal recycling industry: The informal recycling industry poses several hazards and challenges, it also is relatively unregulated and thus results in various issues, challenges, opportunities as well: Export to third world or poorer less developed countries/locations:Among the widely reported burdens are export en masse of E-waste to third world or poorer, less developed countries/locations.…

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Categorisations of Recycling Plants

Recycling materials requires specialised facilities to address the variety and nature of these materials. There thus exist various types of recycling facilities categorised as per the requirements of the materials that are required to be processed. Recycling waste management is a field that enables various addressals.  Types of recycling plants: Material recovery facilities:Material recovery facilities…

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Green electronics & biodegradable materials: Shaping the future of E-waste for sustainability

Green electronics: More than just an end product but a design and life cycle of goods philosophy. Enterprise recycling: Green electronics are not just an end product, rather the term encompasses a singular component within the entire spectrum of electronics. In general, green electronics possess but are not limited to the following features: -   …

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Identified mechanisms through which green electronics aid outcomes for sustainability

Green electronics: Green electronics aid various outcomes for sustainability. Green electronics do not possess toxic metals or are constructed with fewer toxic metals, biodegradable components and recyclable spare parts.  Metal waste recycling is significantly reduced via implementation of green electronics within E-waste. Domestic appliance recycling:Green electronics also aid power consumption by being low power components…

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