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E-Waste Resources

E-waste resources

    

Electric vehicles can help save the planet, but their batteries pose a serious challenge to the world's recycling...

Polytechnique Montréal has launched the Canada-wide Collaborative Research and Training Experience in Sustainable...

The Global E-waste Monitor 2020 report found that the world dumped a record 53.6 million tonnes of e-waste last...

Bring out your dead microwaves, your threadbare tires, that vacuum that hasn’t sucked quite right since the late ‘...

The head of Recycle NB wants to get the word out about the province's electronics recycling program.

Your smartphone is far more powerful than the NASA computers that put Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the      ...

How valuable is that old cell phone or desktop computer?

 

    

Designing products to last as opposed to designing them to fail in a short period of time should be at the core of...

While electronics provide many benefits to society, the inefficient disposal and re-use of electronic components is...

The third edition of the Global E-waste Monitor 2020 launched in July 2020 by the Global E-waste Statistics...

The world produced 44.7 million metric tons of electronic waste in 2016, according to a new United Nations report...

Electronic waste rose to a record 45 million tonnes worldwide in 2016, squandering valuable metals such as gold and...

Waste arises ubiquitously, but unevenly, throughout the lives of electronics, not only when users discard their...

According to the United Nations, 41.8 million metric tonnes of e-waste were generated around the globe in 2014.

Batteries are a fundamental part of our transportation future.

 

    

Did you know that globally last year, the total amount of electronic waste reached 53.6 million metric tonnes?

Learn where to take your electronics for proper recycling across Canada. 

iFixit is a wiki-based site that teaches people how to fix almost anything.

Introducing the Recycle My Electronics Learning Hub.

As more people worldwide join the information and digital society, and the lifetimes of devices decreases,...

The E-waste Race was an idea created by Timmy de Vos as an initiative to help collect e-waste.

In the digital age, we're inundated by gadgets — each one newer, faster, shinier than before.

Donations of used computers are our life-blood and vital to the success of our work.