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Businesses and consumers can take a number of actions in order to help the issues surrounding e-waste. For businesses, they can create workplace policies that discourage the use of e-waste, and they can help fund programs that collect and recycle e-waste. Consumers can also recycle their electronics, and they can purchase products that are environmentally friendly.

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Question: what actions could businesses and consumers take in order to help the issues concerning e-waste?

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1. Businesses should find ways to reduce the total amount of e-waste generated by encouraging the reuse or repair of products, as well as reducing the amount of packaging used when selling electronic products. 2. Businesses should make sure any e-waste products are disposed of responsibly. This means ensuring that all chemicals and elements of the product are safely disposed of and not added to landfill. 3. Consumers should consider the environmental impact of their purchases and opt for second-hand products whenever possible. This reduces the amount of new products being created and disposed of unnecessarily. 4. Consumers should also think carefully before purchasing new electronic products and always opt for the highest quality and longest lifetime when choosing a device. 5. Consumers should also make sure to recycle their old electronics when they upgrade or no longer need them. This can be done at electronic retailers, recycling centers, and local public waste collection sites.

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Jan. 23, 2023, 5:33 a.m.

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