Don't Know What To Do With Your E-Waste? Here's A Great Way To Recycle And Help Others

Back in 2015, Malaysia had taken the major step to develop an electronic waste (e-waste) management, the first in South East Asia, after it was revealed that Malaysia is estimated to generate 53 million pieces of e-waste by 2020. During the launch of the Household E-Waste Management in the Malaysia Web Portal and Info Kit two years ago, Natural Resources and Environment Minister Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar emphasised on the need for a proper system to handle hazardous substances that are the by-products of e-waste such as mercury, zinc, lead and copper, as they pose a threat to the environment.

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