The proliferation of electric and electronic products has brought many advantages. Fuelled by innovation and ever lower costs, they have boosted growth and development, expanded education, and enabled connectivity. However, the growing volumes of e-waste have been the consequence. According to the latest Global E-waste Monitor, 53,6 million tonnes of electrical and electronic waste was generated in 2019. At current rates, a projected 74,7 million tonnes will be reached by 2030.