What is  e-waste? 

Technology is growing day by day and with that we also want to grow on an average a person uses a gadget for almost 2year .and then upgrade to the new one ,but have you ever thought that one time your phone or gadget was your favourite .wen you upgrade either sold it and exchange for a new one .

E waste 

After that finally it's became a waste and not just any other waste but electronic waste (e-waste ) It is the most serious problem today ,

in a year around Fifty million tones of e waste generated out of which only 12.5% is recycled .and rest of the e waste ,remains as the most toxic waste on the Earth destroying the Earth day by day.

E waste has been classified into 6 categories 1.Screens, monitors 2. Temperature exchange 3. Lamps 4. Large equipment 5. Small equipment 6. Small IT and telecommunication equipment

Those elements make e-waste hazardous in nature The presence of elements such as lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, selenium, hexavalent chromium and flame retardants make e-waste hazardous in nature in excess of limits.

Other adverse child health effects associated with e-waste include changes in lung function, respiratory and respiratory effects, DNA damage, impaired thyroid function and an increased risk of certain chronic diseases later in life, such as cancer and heart disease. There are at least 12.9 million women working in the informal waste sector, potentially exposing them to toxic e-waste and putting them and their unborn children at risk.

According to WHO, these problems in human health can be caused by e-waste