As newer technology consistently emerge from day to day and more ICT equipment are been produced, people hunger and thirst for better ICT product, there arise a neglected part of the side effect of these product known generally as ICT waste. This side effect of advance in technology has been neglected especially by developing nations and it requires urgent attention in other to save space, lives, ecology and the environment. Technology and ecology should be in harmony. This paper aims to discuss categories of e-waste, reasons for increase in ICT waste, negative effects of e-waste and e-waste drivers. In order to fulfill this aim, comparatives study of two countries that have good waste management practice was done. From the comparative study, lessons were learnt from both countries, issues in ICT waste management was coined and suggestions were given to developing nations on ways to improve their e-waste management practices.