Managing Human Capital and Entrepreneurship

3382 Words Feb 24th, 2018 13 Pages
In modern human life, with the extremely complicated day to day busy schedules due to the development of the technology, managing electronic waste has become a mammoth task and has become a global concern.
As per causesinternational.com, limitation of resources, increasing population and technological developments with enhanced production cycles has become the leading causes of increasing electronic waste. E-Waste Facts - About - Causes International. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.causesinternational.com/ewaste/e-waste-facts.
As it further suggests, electronic waste contains high toxic substances, where inappropriate disposal may create additional toxins which may result in cancer, reproductive disorders and many other health related problems.
E-Waste Health Hazards - Causes International. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.causesinternational.com/ewaste/health-hazards.
As GreenBiz.com explains, the developing South Asia and African regions, strive to increase their gross domestic production through vigorous production cycles by consumption of raw materials, whereas they have a high possibility of overtaking the electronic waste contribution, more than…
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