e-waste

As e-waste inundates the globe, companies are scrambling to keep it out of landfills.
A new six-country survey finds many consumers want tech companies to be responsible for helping them recycle.
Your old TV could end up here one day, posing a threat to people and the environment.
The company has repeatedly opposed legislation that would help, experts say.
Our obsession with pretty devices has made them VERY hard to recycle.
Last month municipal leaders from across New York told lawmakers during a special hearing that the state's 2010 electronic waste recycling law is flawed.
"We're giving second chances to things and to people."
Isidore Recycling, founded by Kabira Stokes, recycles E-waste and gives second chances to people who have come out of the prison system.
The starting point for the trail of dirty recycling is Europe. According to the European Union, an estimated quarter of a million tons of electronic waste gets shipped out to developing nations every year.