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The Eiffel Tower, which is the most important tourist attraction in Paris, France, is a wrought iron tower standing at 1,063 feet tall. It is a large and imposing structure. And according to the Global E-Waste Monitor 2017, the total electronic wastes collected around the world in 2016 is equivalent to 4,500 Eiffel towers. We should make Electronics Recycling Lynwood a habit in California. Who knows? Doing so may even save us some Eiffel Towers worth of electronic wastes.
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Lynwood is a city in Los Angeles, California. As of the 2010 census, the population in the city was pegged at close to 70,000. It was at least 100 less than the previous census in 2000. It is an indication that the city has become a less popular place to live. But for those not familiar with the city, it is home to some of the more popular celebrities in the world:
Leslie Jones – comedian and Olympic host
Shane Mosley – boxing champion
Weird Al Yankovic – musician who even created an album called “Straight Outta Lynwood”
Venus Williams – tennis champion
Kevin Costner – actor and Oscar-winning director
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If we don’t want people to leave Lynwood, we should make the city more attractive to Americans. Part of making it more attractive is to ensure that the city is a safe place to live. If we don’t recycle electronics, we might as well say goodbye to safety.
Every electronic equipment contains toxic substances like mercury, cadmium, lithium, barium, lead, among others. These chemicals, when inhaled or ingested by people, can cause various diseases including cancer.
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There are some Lynwood E-Waste Management Solutions out there. But the most critical issue is that we are working hard not to throw our electronic wastes in the landfill. It is very dangerous considering how elements in the landfill will eventually reach our groundwater source. Almost everything in our life needs water—we drink water, our animals drink water, our plants need water, our technologies need water to work. If our water is contaminated, then our health is in danger.