Recycling and repurposing of electronic waste, along with the processing and sorting of each component of waste can significantly reduce land fill as well as creating innovative engineered products that solve real world problems. Visit Substation 33 for an insightful exploration of e-waste recycling.
Substation33 is an e-waste recycling social enterprise. Since 2013 more than 500,000 kilograms of electronic waste has been recycled. In addition, tens of thousands of hours of volunteer and work...View Profile
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