Kenya playing catch-up in e-waste management

Old computers at WEEE Centre
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What you need to know:

  • With the law yet to be passed since 2013 when the Draft E-Waste Regulations were formulated, the amount of e-waste generated per year has continued to grow, making its disposal a major concern.

Kenya has a lot of ground to cover in dealing with electrical and electronic waste, whose volume has been growing exponentially fueled by developments in ICT.


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