The pace of change in technology today is unrelenting. Electronics are outdated in the blink of an eye, consigned to trash, or e-trash. Today’s consumer is obsessed with new technology; there are over 300 million computers and one billion cell phones produced every year. With old electronics becoming redundant, inefficient, and obsolete, we are quickly replacing them with new ones. But what happens to old electronics or e-waste? Electronic waste is the fastest growing stream of global waste and will continue to be dumped in developing countries least equipped to deal with it properly.