Hazardous e-waste in Port Sudan containers: experts

Hazardous e-waste in Port Sudan containers: experts


11-10-2015, 05:32 PM


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Title: Hazardous e-waste in Port Sudan containers: experts
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Date: 11-10-2015, 05:32 PM

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November 10 - 2015andnbsp;EL SALLOUM
File photo: El Khair Petroleum terminal in Port Sudan (Sudan Ports)
File photo: El Khair Petroleum terminal in Port Sudan (Sudan Ports)

The cost of dry containers with hazardous waste disposal in El Salloum port, Port Sudan, amounts to US$46,000 per container, according to experts of a Sudanese project that raises awareness for the recycling of electronic waste.

The experts handed a report to the corporation of Sudanese seaports on Monday. They state that the number of containers, that carry the wasteandnbsp;of electronic equipment, to be disposed of amounts to 127 containers. This isandnbsp;equal to $5,842,000, the researchers found.

According to the experts, all 127 containers contain hazardous wasteandnbsp;of various substances and materials.

Africa and Asia are key destinations for large-scale shipments of hazardous wastes for dumping, and sometimes for recycling, according to theandnbsp;United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in a report on waste crime in May 2015. Discarded electronics are recycled in conditions that are hazardous to health.andnbsp;According to UNEP, up to 90 percent of the world's electronic waste, worth nearly $19 billion, is illegally traded or dumped each year.




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