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Recycling electronic inventory dull manufacturers share the sense of crisis in digital electronics recycling
Edit:A-GRADE Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.   UpDate:2020-01-08

Recycling of electronic stocks. Manufacturers of digital materials share a sense of crisis in the recovery of digital electronics. With the improvement of living standards, more and more electronic products are being replaced, and the number of used electronic products is also increasing. Not timely, many electronic products will cause harm to the body, so we need to have a sense of crisis in the recycling of electronics.

We have obsolete cameras, screened tablets, abandoned mobile phones, etc. in our daily lives. As these digital e-wastes become more numerous, their harms become apparent. Digital e-waste is not only large in volume but serious. For example, waste mobile phones are randomly discarded or improperly buried. If the time is too long, the battery of the mobile phone will cause the harmful substances such as mercury, nickel, and lead to disperse. The damage to groundwater and soil by these harmful substances is huge. The dissolution of a single-size battery is enough to make 1 square meter of soil lose agricultural value, and a button battery can pollute 600,000 liters of water (this is a person's life Of water). The lead contained in cell phone rechargeable batteries can damage the blood circulation system, digestive system and nervous system, and cadmium can cause serious diseases such as kidney damage and osteomalacia.

Obviously, the recycling and disposal of used digital electronics must not be considered "trivial."

Regarding the recycling and disposal of used digital electronics, Europe, the United States, and Japan have established relatively mature systems. Western countries such as Germany and France have adopted the "apply product liability system to promote the recovery, regeneration, and disposal of waste". Japan has adopted a mandatory recycling method, which stipulates the proportion of battery recycling by battery manufacturers. The United States officially launched a recycling program for used home appliances including mobile phones in 2002. In particular, the European Union, such as Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, has a small territory, a small population, a high degree of urbanization, a prosperous economy, and a high awareness of citizens' environmental and legal consciousness. It has earlier recognized the need to recycle used electronics. In contrast, the entire society in our country has a relatively poor understanding of environmental protection, and it is necessary to raise citizens' awareness of environmental protection.

Recycling electronic products is an urgent matter. For the safety and health of everyone, we also hope that everyone can reasonably dispose of used electronic products.