, Tackling e-waste the ‘microbial’ way, TheCircularEconomy.com

Tackling e-waste the ‘microbial’ way

, Tackling e-waste the ‘microbial’ way, TheCircularEconomy.com

‘If you can’t collect CFL bulbs, don’t sell so many,’ tells Delhi High Court Discarding e-waste the right way: A baby step towards a clean environment CAG report: UT admn has no exact data on e-waste produced in Chandigarh MOBILE CHARGERS are an inevitable part of our lives, but, once rendered non-functional, they are among one of the most disposed-off electronic waste items found at any e-waste scrap market. A team of scientists from Maharashtra recently conducted a study and developed a unique ‘microbial solution’ for the problem, through which they could extract up to 92 per cent of the metal components from a defunct charger. This would make their disposal safer.

Source: indianexpress.com

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