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Management of Hazardous Electronic Waste
International Journal of Computer Applications
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) or E-Waste, the most rapidly growing waste globally refers to obsolete, unwanted Electrical/Electronic devices that have reached end of life. WEEE contains more than 1000 different substances which fall under 'hazardous' and 'non-hazardous' categories. Broadly it consists of plastics, glass, printed circuit boards, ceramics, rubber, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, elements like lead, mercury, cadmium, silver, gold, platinum etc. Recycling ofdoi:10.5120/15537-4209 fatcat:dcfez3ihcjbutpi5egcxhetmky