Why Apple’s new iPhone is bad for the environment

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  • 2017•09•12     marketwatch.com

    An excerpt from the article by marketwatch.com:

    Unfortunately, few people recycle their smartphones when they purchase a new one. A 2014 study from the United Nations University, the UN’s research arm, estimated that less than 16% of e-waste is recycled. That same study calculated that 3 million metric tons of e-waste was produced in 2014 alone.