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E-waste Management : An Emerging Challenge to Manage and Recover Valuable Resources

@inproceedings{Tiwari2014EwasteM,
  title={E-waste Management : An Emerging Challenge to Manage and Recover Valuable Resources},
  author={Dharna Tiwari and N. Dhawan},
  year={2014}
}
Redundant electronic equipment or e‐waste is one of the highest increasing waste streams in the industrialized world, owing to the emergent sales and swift obsolescence of these products. E‐waste includes a wide and increasing variety of electronic devices like televisions, computers, refrigerators, air conditioners, and mobile phones etc, which consists of different types of toxic materials that can create occupational as well as environmental health hazards apart from polluting the adjacent… Expand
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