U.S. government must stop dumping toxic electronic waste in poorer communities!

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Sophie Paulson
5 years ago
I just wrote a paper on e waste and learned a lot more than I knew. This is a major problem.

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Catherine Schwoerer
5 years ago
I want to be proud of the U.S. management of e-waste - and now that is not possible. Cleaning up after ourselves in all ways is important. We don't currently take full responsibility.

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Jack Bertran
5 years ago
we are ruining our planet

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Chan Sau Yee
5 years ago
My family is in HK and I am absolutely disgusted by this piece of news. Developed countries have a moral (AND ethical) obligation not to dump their hazardous materials in other countries. Please LEAD BY EXAMPLE, America. Make America Great Again.

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Cathy RAYMOND
5 years ago
c dégueu

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Mary Wonneman
5 years ago
This transfer dumping is wrong

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Beagle Brain
5 years ago
We are 100% onboard with this essential petition. Thank you. Environmentally-conscious MacBook recycling while raising awareness of environmental, wildlife and social issues that affect us all.

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Vicki Schodowski
5 years ago
Clean water to drink is essential for animal and human life on earth. Controlling our toxic waste is KEY.

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Kyle Chen
5 years ago
I'm signing this to help make the world a greener place.

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Brian Ort
5 years ago
I think this one of the most important causes out here because a landfill I live near used to let me go into the electronic waste bin and take computers and believe it or not 90% of them had the simplest thing wrong with them and they're pretty much brand new. Those of us that are gifted at fixing technology can take that 90% and turn it into only a miniscule amount of e waste which then companies and factories can then recycle instead of dumping all that toxicity into our Earth. Not to mention those saved computers, cell phones, TV's, and game consoles can then go to someone that deserves, needs and can't afford those perfectly fine luxuries. And the middle of '16 they suddenly wouldn't let me continue getting and repairing that "waste", my passion. After a few weeks the bin was overflowing. Guess they would rather destroy our planet so selfishly.