E-waste releases toxic heavy metals into the soil, underground water, and air. Those toxins influence the plants and trees that are growing from the soil, lead to toxins in underground water, and burning E-Waste releases hydrocarbons in the atmosphere, which pollutes the air that many animals and humans rely on.
Living Creature Health
Those toxins enter the human food supply, through water and plants, and lead to birth defects, malfunction in brain, heart, liver, kidney, nervous, skeletal, and reproductive system damage.
Contribute to the global organizations’ efforts to fight E-waste trade, stockpiling, data breach, poor occupational health & safety conditions, environmental contamination, etc.
Create a local path of laws, regulations, and initiatives to regulate e-waste to ensure better environmental conditions for all and a green future