Irish households produce an estimated average of 52.4kg of e-waste every year. That’s about the same weight as five adult bicycles! - Chris Mee Group | CMSE

Irish households produce an estimated average of 52.4kg of e-waste every year. That’s about the same weight as five adult bicycles!

The UN predicts that there will be 74 million tonnes (Mt) of electronic waste globally by the year 2030. 

It’s thought that the replacement of phones, TVs, and computers at Christmas is contributing to the growing problem of electronic waste.

Data from the Global E-Waste Statistics Partnership along with household composition data from the United Nations was recently analysed and utilised by Clear It Waste Removal to calculate which of the 39 European countries produce the most E-waste per household.

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