E-waste is a toxic chemical that poison the air, soil and water over the years. The problem is a lack of infrastructure between manufacturers, processors and end users of technology to arrange proper recycling. Technology and data tracking must make a difference.
The amount of e-waste is increasing rapidly due to the expanding use of electronic gadgets. At the same time, many e-waste has high classes of danger because of the substances contained in them. The WHO warns about health hazards from poisonous elements of e-waste. The risk may come from direct contact or accumulation of substances in the air, soil, water, or food.