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  • Three-fourths of the world’s flowering plants and about 35 percent of the world’s food crops depend on animal pollinators to reproduce.[4]

  • Roughly 40% of e-waste generated in the U.S., Canada, and Europe is exported to Asia, a trade flow that is a source of considerable controversy.[2]

Let’s invest our recycled electronics into our community 

  • Up to 95% of raw materials used to produce electronic devices can be recycled, while the vast majority of newly produced devices use little to no recycled material due to the higher cost.[6]

  • The United Nations estimates that global e-waste volumes could increase by as much as 39% to 74.7 million tons a year by 2030.[7]

  • Some estimates suggest that 40% of the heavy metals found in landfills come from electronic products.[5]

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