Electronic Waste - Problems and Solutions

K SathyaSundari

Abstract


The world not only face hazards such as global warming and green house effects, The modern world meets Giant problems like Electronic waste(E-Waste) contains hazardous substances such as lead, mercury, beryllium, cadmium, chromium and brominated flame retardants, etc., that can pollute the ecosystems associated with the health risk of  wildlife and humans, hundreds of millions of them become obsolete and discarded every year and they become the source of e-waste loaded with hazardous contaminants.


References


J. Unsworth, B.A. Lunn, P.C. Innis, Z. Jin, A. Kaynak, N.G. Booth, Technical review: conducting polymer electronics, J. Intel. Mat Syst. Str. 3 (1993) 380-95


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