The Overlooked Environmental Impact of Disposable Vaping

The Overlooked Environmental Impact of Disposable Vaping

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A new article from TIME highlights the growing problem of vape waste in the United States.


Disposable e-cigarettes, which make up about 53% of e-cigarette unit sales, are contributing to the issue. The CDC Foundation estimates that consumers purchase 11.9 million disposable e-cigarettes each month, resulting in an annual waste that could stretch longer than 7,000 miles when lined up end-to-end.


This significant environmental concern is due to the plastic bodies of disposable vapes, as well as the fact that they are considered e-waste and hazardous waste due to their circuitry, lithium-ion batteries, and nicotine content. The difficulty of recycling e-cigarettes further exacerbates the problem.


At the end of this article the author suggests that individuals who vape can make a positive impact by opting for reusable devices instead of disposable ones. He emphasizes the need to prevent short-term use items from polluting the environment for centuries.



Are you ready to make the switch to more environmentally friendly vape devices?

At VAPORDNA, we offer a wide range of options for you to choose from.

If you're looking for a vaping experience similar to disposable vapes, check out our collection of reusable Pod Systems.

These devices are designed for mouth-to-lung hits and come with high resistance coils, allowing you to enjoy nicotine salt e-juices with a satisfying throat hit. Unlike disposable vapes, you don't have to throw away the entire device after one use. Instead, you can simply purchase replacement cartridges for the device, and each replacement pod can be reused for up to five refills. These devices are powered by internal batteries and can be conveniently charged via USB.

If you're seeking an elevated vaping experience, then welcome to the world of BORO Box! Boro Devices are vaping mods that utilize the Boro Tank System instead of the traditional 510 threads. These devices have been around since Billet Box Vapor introduced them to the market in 2012. The name "Boro" stems from the use of borosilicate glass as the sliding cover of the original Boro Tank used in the Billet Box.

Fast forward to 2023, Boro Box devices and their compatible counterparts have gained immense popularity in the US market. This shift in the industry's trends has steered away from larger format dual battery box mods with large 510 threaded sub-ohm tanks on top.

Boro Devices and their compatibles have already enjoyed considerable success in other markets across the globe, catering to a niche high-end market of Boro Devices, Boro Tanks, Boro Bridges, and customizable accessories. Now, as the demand for these products grows in the US, we're witnessing the introduction of more affordable mass-produced options with innovative features to further expand this platform.

The advantages of the Boro Box platform are numerous. You can now enjoy a smaller, more aesthetically pleasing all-in-one device while still using pre-made coil system tanks or rebuildables to customize your vaping experience. This emerging trend in vaping has the potential to completely replace the 510 thread system and become the predominant method for vapers. After all, who wouldn't want a pocket-friendly device that exudes sophistication and delivers an exceptional vaping experience?

Alternatively, you can opt for a powerful yet user-friendly BOX Mod Kit. We have a vast selection of variable wattage Box Mod Kits with Sub-Ohm Tank Systems in stock. Each device comes with its own chipset, wattage output, utilities, and overall unique features.

The world of vaping has so much more to offer than just disposable vapes. We're confident that you'll find a new way to vape and fall in love with it at VAPORDNA!

Comments (2)

Sandra Medeiros

Are there any facilities that have put a procedure in place like taking them to the dump in a designated location?

Blaze Vapor

Wow! Great info. want to explore our vaping journey

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