The best intentions to be green can flow from the United States into a e-waste hell. In with the new, means out with the old. The US throws out over 100 million cell phones per year and while people may think they are disposing of the phones in an eco-friendly fashion, the truth of where this waste actually ends up is a far different story.
The Growing Problem of Cell Phone Waste
Greenpeace e-Waste Investigation (Video)
The Problems and Solutions of e-Waste (Video)
US e-waste is Polluting Toxic Dumps in Ghana (Video)
AT&T’s Record Breaking Recycling for Wireless Devices
Sprint’s Industry Leading Cell Phone Recycling
E-Waste: A New Business Opportunity
Steve Jobs: Apple’s Product Recycling Efforts
LG’s Recycling Leadership
HP’s Sustainable Innovation
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