According to a UN study, about 50 million tonnes of electronic waste were disposed of worldwide. E-waste or electronic waste recycling is the process of recovery material from old devices to useful new products. Most of these electronic products end up in landfills, and only 20% of e-waste is recycled. E-waste should be properly disposed of as it contains various toxic and hazardous chemicals and materials that are released into the environment. In addition to the rise in the use and purchase of electronic items such as smartphones and laptops, e-waste has also risen.