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10 Sep 2020
Electronic waste (e-waste) is considered one of the rapidly growing problems in today’s world, due to its high rate of generation and its hazardous composition. E-waste contains harmful substances with the potential to cause adverse human health and environmental impact if it is improperly managed. Also significant is its high rate of generation associated with…
20 Jul 2020
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Nigeria and the rest of Africa may soon begin to grapple with a different layer of complicated health issues unless governments rise up to the mounting electronic waste
4 Jun 2018
As part of efforts to address the environmental, health and financial problems caused by improper electronic waste management in the country, an electronic waste firm, E-Terra Technologies Limited has deployed environmental friendly solutions to organisations for proper disposal of electronic waste recycling and data protection in Nigeria.

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