I would presume so. Electronics are items with very short life-spans, that is, they are only popular for as long as that specific model has the most appeal. Within a year or two of a device’s release, a newer model will be developed, with better features that are more appealing to consumers. Cradle to cradle laws put a damper on this practice, as it forces each product produced by an electronics company to be monitored in terms of disposal. This would take an enormous amount of time and the company’s resources, especially if they’re coming out with new models every few months.
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