The Effects of Electronic Waste Burning on Lead Concentration in Water and Blood in South West Hebron: Descriptive-Comparative Study
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Electronic waste (E-waste) is a collective name for all electronic devices which have been expired of their useful life periods like discarded computers, computer peripherals, mobile phones, televisions, and others. E-waste has increased the total waste volume and after dismantling and burning, it releases various toxic and carcinogenic gases and metals which are posing a threat to human health and also contaminate the environment (Kowsar, Khan et al. 2010).