The disposal of eWaste in developing nations is a significant issue that cannot go unaddressed.
A large eWaste dumping ground in Accra, Ghana called Agbobloshie processes millions of pounds of waste each year
Untreated waste from hospitals, clinics, and households are often dumped into riverbeds, canals, and other water bodies where it's picked up by informal waste collectors
The "throw-away culture" has led to the intense problem of eWaste, which India handles by processing large quantities of waste from other countries.
One way to solve this problem would be to create regulation that requires manufacturers to have a clear plan or procedure for processing technology that is no longer in use.