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Electronics are the fastest growing waste stream in the world. And the United States is the planet’s biggest source of e-waste, generating almost 8 million tons a year. We followed Puckett on a journey to track down what actually happens to America's electronic waste.
You buy a new phone or computer and you take your old one to a local recycler. It’s the green thing to do, right? It turns out some of those devices may not be getting recycled at all.
“It's still a dirty little secret of the electronics recycling industry,“ says Jim Puckett, who has made it his life’s mission to stop first-world countries from dumping hazardous electronic waste onto developing nations. He’s the head of a Seattle-based watchdog group that’s been investigating the electronic waste trade for nearly 20 years.
Featuring in-depth conversations with local and national voices, Conversations With Enrique Cerna delivers insightful and timely perspectives on race, politics, public safety, education, local and global health challenges, important history and the arts. The conversations are lively, revealing, humorous and moving. Listen, learn and enjoy.
Follow the trials and tribulations of passionate amateur bakers whose goal is to be named the U.K.'s best. Each week, the bakers tackle a different skill, the difficulty of which increases as the competition unfolds. Mary Berry, a leading cookbook writer, and Paul Hollywood, a top artisan baker, serve as judges. Together with hosts and comic foils Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc, Berry and Hollywood search for the country's best amateur baker by testing the competitors' skills on cakes, breads, pastries and desserts, crowning a winner after 10 weeks of competition.