Recycling e-waste creatively is a great idea but we need to pay attention to whether we are being thoughtful about it or not. Rodrigo Alonso has made e-waste furniture art pieces as a statement about e-waste and the fact we have so much to recycle. They are indestructable , though. They look really cool but they are literally are going to last forever because the e-waste is cast in epoxy resin. We need to find a different material which is biodegradable because these furniture pieces are seriously geeky and could be part of an e-waste management and recycling programme. It is worth reading the treehugger article on them so you understand the issues at stake. The Greenpeace site keeps you up to date on the green contributions and advancements of different electronics companies. This Pinterest board keeps you informed about creative recycling and what countries are doing to manage the e-waste problem. weburbanist has an amazing array of examples of how people have recycled e-waste in particular and other waste into lighting. From weburbanist there are links out to other eco friendly sites.