Kenyan entrepreneur turns trash into cash

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You're watching eNCA, you hate e-tolls and you probably use e-mail every day, but what about e-waste? The UN estimates discarded electronics are becoming one of the fastest-growing types of trash in Kenya.

You're watching eNCA, you hate e-tolls and you probably use e-mail every day, but what about e-waste? The UN estimates discarded electronics are becoming one of the fastest-growing types of trash in Kenya.

WEB_PHOTO_KENELAB_11_AM

You're watching eNCA, you hate e-tolls and you probably use e-mail every day, but what about e-waste? The UN estimates discarded electronics are becoming one of the fastest-growing types of trash in Kenya.

You're watching eNCA, you hate e-tolls and you probably use e-mail every day, but what about e-waste? The UN estimates discarded electronics are becoming one of the fastest-growing types of trash in Kenya.

NAIROBI - The UN estimates discarded electronics are becoming one of the fasting-growing types of trash in Kenya.

The country generates about 17,000 tons of e-waste every year.

One young entrepreneur is cashing in on the situation, turning trash into an investment goldmine.

Click on the above video to see the full story, as reported by eNCA Chief Africa Correspondent Robyn Kriel from Nairobi.