Products and Their Environmental Impact
All products manufactured, used and disposed on earth have a direct or indirect impact on the environment and this impact is at every stage throughout the life cycle of the product- beginning right from the extraction of raw material to the manufacture, use and final disposal. Earlier, the end-of-life products were sent to landfills or burned in incinerators. However, this caused the hazardous substances contained in the electronics to be deposited in the environment and the layers of earth. Inappropriate disposal of e-waste or the electronics waste is one of the biggest threats to the environment today.
Recycling the Electronics- Give a New Lease of Life to Electronics and Save the Environment
Considering the threats to the environment associated with the inappropriate disposal of the products, particularly the electronics items, more and more organizations are opting for recycling/ recycled products. Electronics recycling is the best option available today to resurrect the useful components/ parts in the end of life electronics.
More about Electronic Recycling
Electronic recycling or computer recycling, precisely, refers to the reuse/ recycling of electronic devices such as computer. The process entails finding another better use of the materials/ usable components of the electronic equipment and dismantling the system in a manner that ensures safe extraction of materials that can be reused in manufacturing other products.
Recycling reusable raw materials from end of life electronics is the best solution to the e-waste problem. Most electronics equipment and devices contain metals and materials that can be redeemed for future use. Furthermore, electronics recycling also helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions caused by new products’ manufacturing. Therefore, recycling does make good sense and is, undoubtedly, an excellent way to keep the environment clean and green.