Lately, the use of consumer products has increased tremendously. A variety of new products and existing products with updated technologies are being continuously introduced into the market; consequently, consumers constantly upgrade their products to keep up with the new technology. This forces the products to reach their end of life (EOL) sooner. Therefore, even though a product is in good condition, its disposal is inevitable. Most products are eventually disposed of in landfills, and due to the increasing rate of waste production, the available landfills are quickly filling up, reducing the number of landfills at an alarming rate.