Recycling electronic equipment

Recycling electronic equipment

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Caption: Recycling electronic equipment. Electronic equipment waiting to be recycled. Unwanted computers, televisions, video recorders, remote controls, and other electronic equipment are known as waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Waste electrical and electronic goods can contain toxic metals such as lead, cadmium and mercury, and regulations state that such waste must be disposed of safely. Some metals, such as gold and copper, can be resold at a profit when recovered on a large scale from such waste.

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