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Why sale scrap?


E- waste

Electronic waste is made up of many heavy metals, which can make people sick if leaked into the soil when disassembled unprofessionally. If burned, cancerous dioxins are released into the air. Currently, informal workers collect most e-waste because it is lucrative but they do not have safe ways of processing e-waste.



Copper

People that live near smelters that process copper ore into metal do experience this kind of exposure. Long-term exposure to copper can cause irritation of the nose, mouth and eyes and it causes headaches, stomachaches, dizziness, vomiting and diarrhea.



Iron

Iron O-arsenite, pentahydrate may be hazardous to the environment; Iron may cause conjunctivitis, choroiditis, and retinitis if it contacts and remains in the tissues. Chronic inhalation of excessive concentrations of iron oxide fumes or dusts may result in development of a benign pneumoconiosis,



Plastic

Chlorinated plastic can release harmful chemicals into the surrounding soil, which can then seep into groundwater or other surrounding water sources and also the ecosystem. This can cause serious harm to the species that drink the water Plastic pollution has the potential to poison animals, which can then adversely affect human food supplies



Paper

There is a common problem of old news paper Maxine, book, file houses and offices. Slowly it gets accumulated in such a large quantity and occupies very much space. By keeping for longer periods of time, many types of bacteria can flourish, which can frustrate us in the air.



Tin

Tin is mainly applied in various organic substances. The organic tin bonds are the most dangerous forms of tin for humans. Triethyltin is the most dangerous organic tin substance for humans. It has relatively short hydrogen bonds. When hydrogen bonds grow longer a tin substance will be less dangerous to human health. Humans can absorb tin bonds through food and breathing and through this kin. The uptake of tin bonds can cause acute effects as well as long-term effects.