To meet the growing demand using electronic equipment, domestic and foreign firms have actively invested in building many factories and production workshops to supply electronic components to foreign businesses in the electronics industry. This brings many benefits to the development of the domestic electronics industry, as well as creating conditions for attracting foreign companies to invest.
However, in parallel, the residual value of the electronic industry increases and affects the environment if it is not handled in a timely and reasonable manner. So what’s the current situation of the rest of the electronics industry? What is the impact on the environment and the solution to this problem?
The current state of the residue from the electronics industry in the world.
According to the European Environment Agency (EEA), the amount of electronic waste disposed in the world every year has reached 40 million tons, which now grows three times faster than other types of waste. The main reason for this is the continued increase in the use of electronic goods. According to the 2014 report from Emarketer, just in terms of cell phones, there are 1.64 billion users worldwide, this figure is estimated to increase to 2.56 billion, equivalent to one third of the global population in 2018. This shows the number of people who have been using electronic devices increasing.
In addition, the technology is constantly renewed and improved, resulting in shorter life expectancy for electronic products, which in turn requires the continued production of electronic components for new equipment. It is also considered one of the major sources of electronic waste to increase dramatically. This has a huge impact on the economy and human life, especially the environmental problems in invested countries.
Residual impact from electronic component manufacturing, equipment industry in the environment.
The rest of the manufacturing of electronic components, the equipment industry mainly comes from the two main sources, which waste in the process of dumping and dumping from day-to-day worker activities in the factory.
The residual composition of the electronic components industry contains many impurities, metals and toxic chemicals. In addition, daily waste caused by nutritional needs, workers’ sanitation also contains many organic compounds and harmful bacteria. Both types of waste are the major causes of adverse environmental impacts without proper and reasonable treatment process.
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