Sai Krishna R
The quantity of e-waste (electronic waste) we manufacture is growing up to three times quicker than general municipal solid waste in Australia. It covers a scope of things we as a whole use in our day by day working and home lives, including TVs, PCs, cell phones, kitchen appliances.
These things contain both hazardous and profitable materials that can be recovered when they arrive at the part of the working life. Acknowledgement the dangers and openings related with e-waste, the Victorian Government is prohibiting e-waste from Victoria’s landfill from 1 July 2019. The amount of e- waste can be sorted according to serial number and get valuable products like gold, hard plastics and etc. to generate circular economy and reduce waste transporting to landfill. Save Australia and world.