Countries which produce tons of goods shall stay accountable for their recycling, especially if these are electronic items. Nevertheless, utilization of toxic wastes is usually an expensive business no one is willing to engage into. Calling a recycler and asking to pick up an old and unnecessary computer, people hope that their electronics will be disposed of properly. However, today most recycling businesses function and make profits because they sell e-waste disguised as still usable second-hand hardware. Export of discarded electronics to the poor countries is quite legal, and some business people use this opportunity to make easy money.
Certainly, the only adequate way to dispose of toxic e-waste is to construct more recycling facilities in developed countries, first of all, where thousands of new electronic items are purchased every day and the old ones come either to the so-called recyclers or directly to the landfills. As it was stated above, the countries which produce non-degradable shall be responsible for the recycling. Next, developing countries shall be legally protected from the dumping of e-waste as poor people annually receive tons of items which will be unsafely disposed of in their backyards. As a rule, while smashing and burning devices to access any metal parts which can be sold, people release toxic liquids and fumes into the environment and these substances further spread all over the world.
In order to solve the problem with e-waste, it is also important to make the recycling affordable. Most people reluctantly refer to the special recycling facilities, as they have to pay for being sure that their computer or TV set was utilized safely. No one is willing to spend money on utilization so the financial aspect shall be taken into account as well.