Printing money: Spear Ink’s e-waste ambitions

E-waste is a mushrooming scourge of the technology revolution with up to 50 million tons of electronic rubbish generated annually - equivalent to the yearly global consumption of palm oil.But while it’s not as glamorous as inventing an Uber or a Spotify, recycling that waste can be a gold mine.  Egyptian entrepreneur Essam Hashem saw his chance and, in 2006, jumped on it. He founded Spear Ink when he realized no one in the Middle East was interested in one extremely ordinary, but wide...

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