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What Happens to Australia’s E-Waste

September 19th, 2010 09:23 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

lukehopewell1 writes “Aussies recycle several million tonnes of computers, TVs, mobile phones and other e-waste every year, with the number set to skyrocket over the next decade. ZDNet Australia takes an extended look into what happens to your devices when you’re done with them. Take a peek inside the e-waste recycling process and find out what happens to your tech when it goes off to the wreckers.”

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