Dive into the world of e-waste
The growing amount of electronics that we purchase, use and subsequently dispose leads to an ever-increasing mountain of e-waste.
At this moment, processing this e-waste leaves a lot to be desired. A part of it is left behind as garbage in the kitchen cabinets and finally ends up with the residual waste.
The second route of discarded electronics is recycling. This is also limited to 49 percent in 2018. Moreover, polluting methods such as incineration and extraction are still commonly used here.
However, a large part of the e-waste is dumped in African and Asian countries. Toxic waste ends up in nature, food gets poisoned and the local population suffers from health problems.
This cannot and must not happen. WEE Circular has the solution for this so called Waste of Electronic Equipment (WEE).
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