Electronics that have outlived their "useful life" are referred to as "e-waste." Computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, copiers, and fax machines are examples of electronic products. Many of these things can be repaired, reused, or given new life. But more and more e-waste isn't considered to be products that have failed or become outdated.

The rate of technological development is accelerating so quickly that many electrical devices that were formerly considered functioning are now regarded as being out of date.

Think about how many VCRs were replaced when the DVD player was first released, and how Blu-ray players are currently replacing DVD players. E-waste is produced when someone decides they can manufacture a better version of an electrically driven product.

Because obsolete electrical equipment has been clogging up landfills all around the world for years, we are concerned about this.

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