Recycling Electronic Waste: A 21 st Century Challenge

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2018
Authors
Akinniyi, Akinwande
Phetsopha, Renee
Salazar, Gustavo
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Electronic waste (E-Waste) can be defined as waste material from electric appliances. Currently, a large quantity of E-Waste ends up in landfills, where it can have adverse effects on the environment. Furthermore, E-Waste management is rapidly becoming a global issue due to the difficulty of recycling the key components for reuse.

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Pioneer Research at the Mall 2018
Keywords
Electronic waste, E-waste, Plastic, Plastic e-waste, Brominated flame retardants, BFRs, Green chemistry
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