Are there glaciers on mercury? Probably no one needs to be persuaded that mercury is a strange planet:) this is a planet that is patronized by the God of mercury trade, and as you know, trade is not the most constant of the directions, but with the cor... [2019-01-02]
Electronics in landfills in Asia, every year more and more
If you believe the UN report, it turns out that the world sorely began to grow landfill of electronic waste, and the reason for the drop in prices of portable electronics. People can afford to buy new and it just stimulates ROS debris. Most e-waste in Asia. In most countries of this region there is a catastrophic growth of landfills. A number of electronic devices have become an integral part of people`s lives, and many of them, such as smartphones, have increasingly short life cycle – most companies replace models every 6 months. A long time Asia has imported for recycling electronic waste from Europe and North America, but now the citizens of this region throw widgets at the same rate as the rest of the world. Most waste per capita in China, China is essentially a big electronic dump. In 2015, per capita, China already accounted for about 21.7 pounds of electronic shit. And Singapore and Taiwan a little better, there was thrown out in 2015, approximately 19 kg of electronic waste per person. Less electronic waste generates a Vietnam and Cambodia, there was a man who had about 1 kg of electronic waste in 2015. When the debris is small, then its generally time to process, and when debris at times more than is possible to process this is a real disaster for the state. If the population threw out the electronics as it should be where you want, then would be the situation wherever you went, and so it turns out that 90% of the cell phones discarded in the river, in the woods, on the side of the road, thus polluting the environment. Batteries thrown in the woods are ruining the grass and poison animals, everyone should know not to throw industrial electronics is not in position for this place.