AIS E-waste


Project E-WASTE

        Electronic waste not properly disposed has created a huge amount of remnants and residues that contribute to long-term negative impacts on the environment, society, ecosystem, and human health. According to 2017 global electronic waste report, hazardous waste from electrical and electronics appliances in Thailand has exceeded 400,000 tonnes with a tendency to continually rise. AIS, therefore, has initiated the E-Waste project aiming to educate people on the effects of improper disposal and, in partnership across sectors, collect e-waste for proper and sustainable disposal for a better environment and less residual electronic waste in Thailand.