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Protectionists may broaden the definition of "waste" electronics in order to protect domestic markets from working secondary equipment.

Some exporters are accused of deliberately leaving difficult-to-recycle, obsolete, or non-repairable equipment mixed in loads of working equipment (though this may also come through ignorance, or to avoid more costly treatment processes).According to a report by UNEP titled, "Recycling – from E-Waste to Resources," the amount of e-waste being produced – including mobile phones and computers – could rise by as much as 500 percent over the next decade in some countries, such as India.China already produces about 2.3 million tons (2010 estimate) domestically, second only to the United States."Electronic waste" or E-Waste may be defined as discarded computers, office electronic equipment, entertainment device electronics, mobile phones, television sets, and refrigerators.This includes used electronics which are destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal.

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