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A Sustainable E-waste Management System and Recycling Trade for Bangladesh in Green IT
, Professor Mohammad Shamsul Arefin, PhD,

E-waste is the electrical waste that we decide not to use anymore or don’t want anymore. The most disappointing thing is that we can hardly recycle only 10% of electronic garbage globally. Now, what about 90% of the waste? Unfortunately, 90% of the waste we do not recycle, or we can not, and that 90% causes huge damage to the whole world. Recycling is needed because Toxic chemicals such as lead, and chromium can be found in many outdated electrical gadgets. Also, some examples are mercury, cadmium, and beryllium. These chemicals seep into the soil when e-waste is thrown into landfills, damaging both the groundwater and the air. A lot of recycling business models exist but we have tried to develop a sustainable recycling process business model by analysis. We have gone to two companies and tried to know their business process model also we have collected some data. We have tried to implement our business process model. As we have said our goal is to make a sustainable business process model so our system is also capable of trade for Bangladesh in green IT. This paper assists the reader in learning about e-waste management and the recycling process, as well as how they interact during the activation process.

"E-waste Sustainable recycling Green IT Industrial ınfrastructure Renewable energy"
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Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems
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