Recycling of eWaste critical to Hawaii’s future
Every year consumers purchase new electronics and their unwanted or obsolete computers, laptops, monitors, printers, televisions, cellphones and other gadgets then become eWaste when discarded. Electronics are made up of precious metals, toxic heavy metals, base metals and plastics. An
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