30 Sep '14, 8pm

#recycling #e-waste

Neelu Jain of the PEC University of Technology in Chandigarh and Pamela Chawla of the Surya World, Surya World Technical Campus in Punjab, India, have estimated the potential number of obsolete desktop and notebook computers and the quantity of various toxic components that will be generated from these devices over the next 10 to 15 years in India. They suggest that it will take three decades at the current rate of penetration before there is one computer per capita across the nation.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2014/06/05/computer-e-...

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