Study shows e-waste growing

Locals doing part to help low international return numbers

A United Nations study has found that e-waste is on the rise, and not enough nations are doing something about it. “Globally, e-waste is a huge problem and the environmental impact of our demand for the latest and greatest electronic items is going to cause this specific stream of waste to keep growing,” said Claire Ruddy, executive director of Whistler’s environmental advocacy group AWARE.…

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February 7, 2018


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