Nornam Stokes Fresno August 7, 2015

E-waste has always been riddled by its complexities, from the lead, mercury, nickel and cadmium it contains that could be toxic if handled improperly to the increased amount of electronic devices were all so addicted to (sales in electronic products doubled between 1997 and 2009, according to the EPA) and the fact that only 40 percent of end-of-life electronics were collected for recycling in 2013.

Nornam Stokes
United States