AIS E-waste

How to dispose of a swollen battery safely?

Did you know the AIS also accepts mobile phone batteries for disposal, whether from mobile phones or tablets, when a swollen battery is stuck in the device. The battery can be removed from the device. Power banks can also have degraded batteries, such as being swollen or chemicals oozing out.


The last MISSION E-WASTE(sible) traces the journey taken by the E-Waste when it is disposed with AIS.


On the MISSION E-WASTE(sible) We will go to find some E-Waste with Aiem-D Recycle in Chiang Mai, collecting waste from family members in the local community. we all learn how to manage E-Waste before taking it to the drop point safely.

MISSION E-Waste(sible) EP.1

MISSION E-WASTE(sible) is an activity taking people to find E-Waste, learn what it is and how it is hazardous, and what is the current situation in thailand?

Brace yourself…before letting go.

Something can be hard to forgo, it’s better to make yourself ready when it has to happen. Letting go of your E-Waste, too, needs some preparation.

Changing perspectives of The New Gen towards E-Waste

“These stuffs might be of use again some days” says everyone. Little did we know, not only do these E-Wastes are no longer of use, they’re more likely to cause us health issues and world pollution. What’s the turning point that has changed this young gen to stop treating these

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