E-Waste- A Challenge for Tomorrow

@inproceedings{Pramila2012EWasteAC,
  title={E-Waste- A Challenge for Tomorrow},
  author={Sharma Pramila and Pathak Bhawana},
  year={2012}
}
Industrialization and extraction of natural resources have resulted in large scale environmental contamination and pollution. Large amounts of toxic waste have been dispersed in thousands of contaminated sites spread across our nation. Thus, the risk to human and environmental health is rising. These pollutants belong to two main classes: inorganic and organic. E-waste is growing exponentially recent years because the markets in which these products are produced are also growing rapidly. The US… CONTINUE READING

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