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Biden backs 'right to repair': What countries are doing to tackle e-waste

Keeping a phone for just one year longer could reduce the number of phones in landfills by 25%. Image: REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

Kayleigh Bateman

Senior Writer, Formative Content

Kate Whiting

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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The volume of e-waste generated worldwide is forecast to keep growing.
The volume of e-waste generated worldwide is forecast to keep growing. Image: Statista

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