Only one in four IT leaders say their company's e-waste policies are 'robust'

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Only one in four IT leaders say their company's e-waste policies are 'robust'
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Only one in four IT leaders say their company's e-waste policies are 'robust'

E-waste contains toxic materials like lead, mercury and cadmium

The majority of IT directors in the UK are worried about their organisations' IT disposal policies, and are considering donating old and outdated equipment to schools or other social causes to protect...

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