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Did you know that #datacenters consume 100 to 200 times as much electricity as standard office buildings? As such, the Energy Department wants to improve the statistics through an upcoming "Data Center Energy Challenge."


The mountain of used electrical and electronic devices, known as "e-waste," is expected to grow from 48.9 million metric tons worldwide in 2012 to 65.4 million metric tons in 2017; the weight equivalent of 200 Empire State Buildings or 11 Great Pyramids of Giza, the study says.

At Morgen Industries, Inc., we are EPA and NJDEP licensed, and certify your E-Waste is properly dismantled and recycled. In this 60 Minutes segment, uscrupulous "recyclers" sell e-waste on the black market, where it eventually ends up in the toxic dumps of Guiyu, China, a notoriously polluted city with the highest levels of cancer-causing dioxins in the world.

StEP Initiative's first-of-a-kind e-waste world-map provides comparable, country-level data on the amount of electrical and electronic equipment put on the market and the resulting amount of e-waste generated in most countries around the world.