Strategies to tackle e-waste

Rosli showing some of the prizes offered in two competitions organised by the Perak DOE to encourage people to recycle their e-waste this year.

AS WE embrace the trappings of a modern lifestyle, our homes have become cluttered with electronic appliances both big and small.

But as the pile of used computers, gaming consoles, mobile devices, batteries and other electrical equipment grow, the problem of their disposal or ensuring they are recycled becomes ever more pressing.

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