TechJunk. We all encounter it every day, right from used-batteries to thrown-away mobile phones. They are never disposed properly. In the end, we all throw away stuff we could still use. This costs money and adds to pollution. We've always wondered: What can we do to change all this? How can we all solve TechJunk? This video is our answer. In five minutes, we show you what TechJunk really is, why not all e-waste is really "junk", and how you can help save the world.
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Sesh Sadasivam
Sesh Raghav Sadasivam is a “Presenter”. In fact, there aren’t a lot of things he likes better than a clean and simple presentation. He has watched a number of keynotes from various technology events. 

Abhishek Krishna
Abhishek Krishna is a “Tech Wiz”. This 17-year old from Bangalore loves handling anything that reeks of modern technology, right from the latest versions of Adobe CS to the newest smartphones. 

Inavamsi B . Enaganti
Inavamsi Bhaskar Enaganti, better known as Inav, is an “Imagineer”. He’s 17 years old, and he loves putting everyday stuff, including trash, to innovative and unconventional uses. 
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