A Kuwaiti proposal has been submitted to establish an electronic waste (e-waste) sorting and recycling plant, located at a safe distance from residential areas.
The proposal seeks to prevent the negative effects of said waste on the environment and human health, while also making use of the valuable minerals, such as iron, aluminum, gold, copper, silver, etc., contained therein. The public would be informed of the inherent dangers of e-waste and the methods of disposing of said waste.
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