Waste not, want not

The Department of Environment (DoE) Malaysia classifies e-waste as “broken, non-working or old/obsolete electric or electronic appliance such as television, personal computer, air conditioner, washing machine and refrigerator.” — 123rf.com

It is always fun to get new electronic gadgets, but do you know what to do with the old ones?

We love new gadgets. Who doesn’t? Be it smartphones, ­laptops, computers or anything that has the word “smart” in front of it, if we can afford it (sometimes even if we can’t), we buy it.

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