Last year in California about 200,000 tons of electronics – or e-waste – was dumped into landfills. Although e-waste simply encompasses something that has a plug or battery such as outdated computers, recent finding suggests that there’s gold to be found in e-waste, literally, and jobs for the almost unemployable. Isidore Recycling Company, who has taken years on the e-waste research, serves as a veritable mausoleum to our plugged-in lifestyle. And as long as electronics continue becoming obsolete as quickly as they do, it appears Isidore stands a good chance of having the raw material essential for its success.
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