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Recycling Electronic Waste for Green Home

Almost 2 million tons of electronic waste were landfilled in 2005, and while toxic materials comprise only a small amount of this volume, it doesn’t take much lead of mercury to contaminate an area’s soil or water supply, as Brad Roderick, an executive vice president of InkCycle, explains on his review of electronic waste issues.

He provides tips for a greener home and family such as how to recycle computers, appliances, televisions, cell phones and other electronics at home.

He also suggests us to use recycled ink cartridges as a good start to make greening up a home.

To know more about his review and how to create a greener home, you can watch on his video review below.

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