We produced e-waste about the weight of 4,500 Eiffel Towers in 2016. Give up now.
T E C H N O L O G Y
Once upon a time, gadgets used to be a part of our household for years. Nowadays, however, we are replacing too many devices way too fast and creating several tonnes of e-waste! A global ecological issue, e-waste pollutes the air, water and soil, and even hampers data privacy. It is associated with heavy metal derived chemicals which are responsible for a number of serious health disorders. 44.7 million tonnes of electronic waste was produced worldwide in 2016.
WE NEED TO CHANGE THIS. BY GIVING UP.
CHOOSE YOUR WAYS TO GIVE UP
Your devices run on energy. Give up one hour of screen time every week and give much-needed respite
to the environment.
IRRESPONSIBLE DISPOSAL OF DEVICES
Don’t dump your devices with trash. E-waste contains a host of hazardous materials.
Find electronic recyclers
Unnecessary gadgets mean more e-waste. Buy what is necessary for you and what you’ll probably use for a