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    • Marina Teramond @ N.M.P.L.

      December 20, 2021 at 1:43 pm

      To tell the truth, it is so cool that you bring up such an important subject in your article because truly often people don’t even think about it and can consider it something with a low degree of importance, but it requires adequate attention. Unfortunately, you are absolutely right that electronic waste comprises of toxic elements and it affects our environment to a global extent, harming it. Frankly, before reading your article I hadn’t been really aware of some facts about our gadgets and nuances connected with it, but I had been sure that it is necessary to recycle electronic waste instead of simply throwing them away, making your own contribution to improving the world. I really like the ways consumers can reduce their e-waste footprint on the environment suggested by Harvard University’s Sustainability department because they all are truly applicable and effective, especially if we will stick to each of them.

      • Pentas Flora Admin

        December 29, 2021 at 7:13 am

        Thanks Marina! Especially during this era of technology, the rise in electronical waste is increasing tremendously with many buying new released product and simply throwing away old ones (even it may be just few months old). Thanks for your support! We hope this will help many to understand the seriousness of waste management.

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