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Indonesia can earn US$14 billion from old mobile phones and other e-waste in 2040

By M Akbar Rhamdhani, Professor in Extractive Metallurgy and Metals Recycling, Swinburne University of Technology
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Indonesia is the fourth-most-populous country and one of the largest electronics consumers in the world. As a result, it has a sizeable share of used electronics and electrical equipment, known as e-waste.

This e-waste ranges from end-of-life mobile phones, tablets, laptops, personal computers and batteries, to televisions and white goods such as refrigerators and washing…

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