Expanding the rate of market infiltration, financial development and fast mechanical
progression prompt the monstrous age of electronic waste in the habitat. The
absence of awareness and coarse treatment of e-waste causes a worldwide threat.
E-waste is a famous casual name for electronic items generated after their helpful
life. Computers, televisions, video cameras, recorders, stereos, copiers and fax
machines are some of the regular electronic items being generated as e-waste. A
number of items may be reused after giving a face-lift. However, with quick changing
advancements and consistent buyer interest for the most recent gadgets, the
ascent in e-waste looks set to proceed. Indeed, the purchasers may play an essential
role by picking items that are less perilous and are intended for more secure reusing.
On the other hand, the e-waste management networks may be set up to guarantee
the collection of inappropriately surrendered or censured items and outdated or broken
electrical or electronic gadgets. It is obvious that the e-waste items, which are
generated and not managed properly, contaminate nature, making it inadmissible
for human home. On the other hand, the progression of advancements has decreased
the life cycle of electronic items. Thus, the rate to outdated old items increases progressively.
Thus, it is very necessary to be aware of the e-waste world and its impact
on the global habitat of the species. In view of that, this book is planned to provide
a comprehensive literature on the global e-waste recycling and management.
This book gives up-to-date information and broad views on e-waste recycling and management using the latest techniques for industrialist and academicians. It describes the problems of e-waste generated by all global living communities and its impact on our ecosystems and discusses recycling techniques in detail to reduce its effect as well as proper management of e-waste to save the environment. It also considers future technological expectations from e-waste recycling and management technologies.