The chips in the electronic devices that we use every day includes a little bit of precious metals. Instead of that all goes to waste when these devices are outdated and replace it with a new one, it came from Dell with a program to recycle this e-waste. In fact, Dell has now started selling jewelry made of gold extracted from computers recycled. The company said Dell to launch a limited collection of jewelry designed from gold extracted from the motherboard recycled.
Has held the company’s partnership with American actress Nikki Reed for the promotion of this jewelry which includes rings, and metal buttons for a party gag, earrings, note that it will be offered this jewellery gold 14 and 18 carat. This may be just the way very interesting to attract attention to recycling efforts, but at least Dell think outside the box when it comes to how to present this idea.
Is to get rid of gold and silver worth billions of dollars annually given that, according to the EPA, it is recycled 12.5 percent of e-waste. This leads to a loss of about $ 60 million US of gold and silver that you haven’t recycled properly from the chip of old.
And Dell it improved the recycling operations which allowed her to obtain a larger amount of gold. Instead of storing it company decided to use it to make and sell jewelry that are now available for pre-order. Prices start from$ 78 per server up to 348$ for a pair of cufflinks.
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