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A. In Europe e-waste is increasing at three to five percent a year, almost three times faster than the total waste stream.
B. The current global production of E-waste is estimated to be 20025 million tonnes per year, with most E-waste being produced in Europe, the United States and Australasia.
C. The global market for electrical and electronic equipment continues to expand, while the lifespan of many products becomes shorter.
D. Consequently, large amounts of “e-waste”are constantly generated worldwide, posing an increasing global challenge for their disposal.
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