Reduce. Reuse. Recycle

By Funke Busari Mr. Ifeanyi Ochonogor, chief executive officer, E-Terra Technologies, has advocated proper waste recycling management as a way of repositioning Lagos to meet the Smart City Status it is aiming. Ochonogor, as one of the keynote speakers at the annual conference of the Science Association Of Nigeria, SAN, spoke from the perspective of […]

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In Nigeria today, there are millions who have never heard about e-waste and the health risks that poor e-waste management poses. There are also millions that have heard about e-waste only in passing and do not know the intricate details of what e-waste management entails. It is this lack of proper information that has seen […]

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The E-Terra Story – By Ify Otuya –   The desire to see that scientific invention is sustainable enough to serve generations after us is precisely E-Terra’s soul. A popular indigenous proverb says ‘we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children’. E-Terra Technologies is an eco-friendly waste management […]

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COMPUTER RECYCLING PROCESS Computer recycling refers to the reprocessing and reuse of desktop computers and laptops that have been discarded or considered to be obsolete. It also includes computer components such as monitors, screens, keyboards, motherboards, mouse, and central processors. Recycling of computers is done to reduce landfills, conserve precious non-renewable resources, and to promote […]

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5 TYPES OF ELECTRONICS YOU NEED TO RECYCLE Electronic recycling is the process of giving electronic equipment which we no longer need to an electronic recycling vendor who either processes or converts them to new and useful equipment that is needed, or extracts valuable components from them for individual or industrial use. In the process […]

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What is Electronic waste? Electronic  waste, or e-waste, as we all know it, is a term for electronic products that have become unwanted, non-working or obsolete, and have essentially reached the end of their useful life. As technology advances at such a high rate, many electronic devices become “trash” after a few short years of […]

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