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Top 3 Benefits of Techwaste Recycling

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Daliah Okoro
Daliah Okoro
December 7, 2018

When it comes to techwaste recycling, also known as e-waste recycling, you should always consider the benefits of recycling. It’s also important to remember that there are different electronic waste types, and sometimes this has an effect on the kind of recycling that is necessary. If you are considering recycling your techwaste, read on to learn about the top benefits of recycling!

  1. It’s beneficial for the environment. Several adverse effects come from mining. Some of the negative impacts of mining include water pollution, adverse effects on biodiversity, the formation of sinkholes, destroying natural resources, and contamination of soil and groundwater among others. When you recycle, we reduce the need for mining to occur because we are reusing natural resources that are found in technology. When we do this, we also conserve and help to regenerate the amount of biodiversity. Additionally, when we recycle, we keep harmful materials that are found in electronic devices, such as mercury, out of landfills.
  2. It is beneficial for the economy. Another bonus to tech waste recycling is the economic growth that will take place as the demand for recycling materials increases. Part of this is because when it comes to e-waste management, it consists of a different process which of course means more jobs along the way. The more jobs available means that the economy rises, which is always good for a nation as a whole.
  3. It’s beneficial for humans. Whenever you throw away an old piece of electronic device, it ends up in a landfill where it does more harm than good. Toxic materials found in electronic devices that are in landfills end up seeping into the ground and can get into groundwater and even the air. When we recycle, we also cut the amount of harmful greenhouse gas emissions that are let out.

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