About one billion cellphones are thrown away every nine months. I can't imagine Nitin Kawale thinks much about that most days.
The president of Cisco Canada is too busy preaching his brand of techno-evangelism.
"We all use smart devices," he told a gathering inside a large hall at Caesars Windsor at a Federation of Canadian Municipalities' (FCM) Sustainable Communities Conference last February. I was an observer and member of the CAW Windsor Regional Environment Council (CAWWREC) -- and one of the dumb invisible minority apparently.