1. Introduction During the recent year, the growing of “Electronic Waste” or E-Waste on the growth at around 4% per year (Deng et al., 2006) and every year 20 to 50 million tons of e-waste is produce worldwide. The electronic industries are wildest rising manufacturing industry in the world. This rising e-waste gives high toxicity of components, when burned or recycled in uncontrolled environments. E-waste contain more than 1000 different substances, many of which are toxic, such as lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, selenium, hexavalent chromium and flame retardants (Widmer et al., 2005), this emerge subject and environment enigma contribute in significant damage to human healthiness and the nature.
Everyone in the US preferred using Amazon because of its user-friendly function/abilities. Everything you needed was just one-click away. The goods that were bought online had to be shipped to the buyers which brought additional transportation cost. This was also one of the reasons why Amazon was not able to sell FMCG products. But because of the exponential growth, technological advancements and pricing strategy of Amazon, it is now able to cut down its transportation cost and deliver most of its product free of charge eventually making the customers happier.
They meet supply needs during seasons times. They reduce staff costs with no pallets procurement. They focus on core business not equipment pooling, they are environmentally friendly, completely reusable, saves energy, and recyclable. They also help clients to save storage costs by holding less pallet inventory, they can collect and return pallets to CHEP at any time so they won’t need to pay more to have space to keep pallets in their stores they can simply return it back to CHEP. They are of great quality and great material.
This is related to the above mentioned main CSR focuses, but again, because it is a ‘recycled’ car, there is limited waste disposal through its production. It can also give a brief impression of the clean production process and (even though only very superficial) employer welfare (e.g good working conditions). Another beneficial thing to add in a campaign, could be a life cycle analysis. All in all, a good CSR (display) is very important when entering into the Scandinavian market, as it is comparatively highly valued by consumers. It shows the ‘doing good’ of the company which raises its image and at the same time prevents possible adverse
In the inevitable future, the price will go down. And if people stop buying into it, then the price could drop thousands of dollars, making many people lose money when others are in a frantic to sell. To add on, Bitcoin investing is a bad idea because it actually poses a very big health risk to people. In 2018, experts in the field of energy have said that bitcoin miners, the producers of bitcoins, use enough energy too power 3.3 million households! That means that if it was a country, it would be the 59th biggest power user in the world!
E waste affects nearly every system in the human body. E waste creates a lot of pollution and problems in water supplies in developing countries. 20 to 50 million metric tons are disposed worldwide every year. When mining the material for the cell phone it causes erosion and the leftover chemicals are often dumped the material in our phone and the chemical that are uses can cause serious health problem and with the manufacturing of cell phone had caused a lot of waste and hazardous waste. When mining the material for the cell phone, it causes erosion and the leftover chemicals are often dumped, which can harm the environment.
Box office, movie may suffer losses reached a staggering 180 million us dollars. (“'The Wolf of Wall Street' most pirated movie in 2014”, 2014) The commercial value of unlicensed PC software installations totaled $62.7 billion globally in 2013. (BSA Worldwide Headquarters, 2014) Besides, we will reap what one has sown. Illegal downloading make the music, film and software industry lose their enthusiasm to create the new things. It make us can’t enjoy the new items anymore.
This is because they have both environmental and financial benefits and hence have been heavily promoted by governments and manufacturers alike. The widespread use of electric vehicles has the potential to, not only decrease the damaging effects of the combustion of fossil fuels, but also reduce the average running costs over a car’s lifetime. Electric cars, during use, are powered by batteries and therefore have absolutely no emissions whilst they are moving. The battery itself is reusable, and the lithium sourcing process has little environmental impact when considered over the car’s lifetime. Charging the battery may be concerning as the energy required could be sourced from fossil fuels, however, manufacturers like Tesla have developed schemes that encourage buyers to install small solar cells that produce enough energy to charge the car and power the home every day.
E-waste comprises of lead, zinc and other metals or plastics which adversely affect the environment. It accounts for 40% of lead and 70% of heavy metals found in landfills. It can lead to groundwater pollution, soil acidifications and air pollution. A WHO study shows that radiation is emitted by e-waste such as cell phones and laptops and the waves generated by them becomes a source of radiation which harms the environment. According to the survey done by NASSCOM, India generates 2.7 million tonnes of e-waste annually.
All these technological advances are not only destroying our individuals and society, but they are destroying the world we live on. The level of contamination for our atmosphere is at its highest. The United States, China, India, and Russia are among the most polluted countries in the world. With every new invention of an electrical device a hundred of other ones go into the trash. They are also the major producers of electronics; the majority of them are not biodegradable.