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The new category of waste that has become one of the biggest waste management problems in the world is e-waste. Since the refusal by many Third World countries to accept e-waste, the problem has suddenly become a little exaggerated. If you are looking for the benefits of waste recycling buy-back programs, you are probably aware of the basics of e-waste management. Buy-back programs are touted as the best way for IT companies to handle their e-waste disposal due to various advantages. In this post, we will understand how waste recycling buy-back programs work and what opportunities buy-back programs hold.