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Technological advances and an increasingly reliance on electronic systems has left its mark. We are now inundated with a vast amount of electronic waste.
An estimated 50 million tonnes of e-waste is produced each year by ‘developed’ nations, who then need to find areas in which to remove surplus, unrecyclable waste products. This, in turn, can lead to electronic waste leaving ports illegally to be dumped overseas for developing nations to have to deal with.
That is where one innovative artist has stepped in with a new method of reusing this waste material.