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Top ways consumers and businesses can take action against electronic waste:
1. Implement a take-back program for electronic waste: Many businesses already have programs in place for recycling paper and plastic, but few have programs for recycling electronics. By setting up a system to take back old or broken electronics from customers and employees, businesses can make a big dent in the amount of e-waste they produce.
2. Donate used electronics to charity: If you have outdated or broken electronics that can’t be recycled, consider donating them to a local charity. Many charities will refurbish and resell donated electronics, or use them to provide training and education opportunities to those in need.
3. Use certified eWaste recyclers: When disposing of electronic waste, it’s important to use certified e-waste recyclers who follow responsible recycling practices. This ensures that your e-waste is properly dismantled and disposed of and that harmful materials are not released into the environment.
4. Educate employees about eWaste: One of the best ways to reduce electronic waste is to educate employees about the issue and how their actions can make a difference. Encourage employees to recycle their electronics, and make it easy for them to do so by providing collection bins or pick-up services.
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