According to the chapter 8 of GARBAGE LAND by Elizabeth Royte, there is a lot of e-waste that is sent overseas. why should we care about this in the united states?
According to chapter 8 of GARBAGE LAND, where in the world is mercury a big problem? why is important to us in the united states? if it’s not being used here, why is it still a problem?
According to the GARBAGE LAND chapter 8 e-waste is growing much faster than the rest of household garbage. This book was written in 2005, before things like smart watches, tables or really smart phones on the same level as today. what does this mean about e-waste today?