Only 17.4% of 2019 e-waste was collected and recycled, out of 53.6 million metric tons of waste generated in the world last year. But electronic
Within International E-Waste Day, promoted by WEEE Forum - the world's largest multi national centre of competence as regards operational
The new WEEE collection service through vans specifically equipped during the last four months has collected 1 tonne of small WEEE in the Sub-Municipality Valpolcevera in Genoa.
Each technological waste that requires batteries or electrical power supply such as smartphones, domestic mixers, toasters, TV, monitors, are considered WEEE.
The experimental WEEE service has been introduced last September by AMIU, as part of the best practice, in the framework of Weeenmodels project and for now it has been temporarily suspended.
AMIU is planning to cover the collection service to all city of Genoa with a new schedule that will be spread through local press, TV and radio.