Development is now driven by globalisation and powered by ICT. Integration of ICT is growing. Consequently, rapid generation of toxic e-wastes is posing serious environmental health challenges in developing countries, which have become dumping grounds for e-waste materials, but lack environmental regulations and waste management capacity. Electronic Waste Toxic Chemical Components Management in Africa: Environmental Health Significance and Extraction-Recyclability of Lead and Beryllium Oxide recognizes Pb and BeO as the toxic chemical components that occur in environmentally significant quantities in e-waste materials. It establishes their environmental health significance (acute toxicities) and investigates their recyclability by various extraction techniques. Flowcharts, models and suitable reactor materials for scaling up are supplied. The handy resource for pollution chemists, environmental scientists/engineers, and a novel textbook for Environmental Science/Technology also serves Environmental policy makers/practitioners and everybody in the business of environmental management.