The National Safety Council predicts that between 315 million and 680 million computers will become obsolete within the next few years.
Already, electronic products account for more than 40% of the lead found in landfills.
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Did you know it is illegal to throw old electronics in the garbage? There are locations all over for you to properly dispose of your old, obsolete or broken electronics in a safe lawful manner.
Only 10% are actually recycled. The vast majority of electronics are simply thrown away.
Rapid change in technology , low initial cost, and planned obsolescence have resulted in a fast-growing surplus of electronic waste around the globe.
This law requires businesses to raise the bar on recycling. Businesses are now required to recycle 75% of their produced waste each year. Electronic waste counts as part of that 75%. Most people just don't know about it.
Some Computer Components can be reused in assembling new computer products, while others are reduced to metals that can be reused in applications as varied as construction, flatware and jewelry.
If you throw away your old electronics, where does the data go that was stored on them? There are companies that will destroy that for you for free. To give you a piece of mind.