Recycling electronic waste-I

With the plethora of new electronic devices produced each year, consumers need to dispose of their obsolete products faster than ever. In order to slow the environmental effects of poor waste management, it is important to know how to recycle electronics properly. Electronic devices contain harmful toxins such as lead, arsenic and mercury. If electronics end up in a dump or land fill, they release these toxins into the environment. Many electronic devices contribute to toxic waste when disposed of incorrectly.

Also, there are some of the chemicals and compounds used in household products that have lot of harmful effects. Arsenic may disrupt cell communication and interfere with the triggers that cause cells to grow, possibly contributing to cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes if someone is exposed in chronic, low doses. Cadmium affects your body’s ability to metabolize calcium, leading to bone pain and severely weakened, fragile bones. Chromium can cause skin irritation and rashes and is potentially carcinogenic. Copper can irritate the throat and lungs and affect the liver, kidneys and other body systems. Lead poisoning can cause a whole slew of health problems including the impairment of cognitive and verbal activity. Eventually, lead exposure can cause paralysis, coma and death. Nickel is carcinogenic in large doses.
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