The New York Times recently ran an article about the environmental impact of e-readers vs. traditional books. When people use e-readers more paper is saved (though many books are now made from recycled papers) but more of other resources are used.
E-waste also needs to be considered. Electronic devices contain toxins, and these toxins can harm us and the environment when they are disposed of. Heavy metals such as lead can make its way into our water because of e-waste.
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