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Shoot: Toxics Documentation on E-Waste in China

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Electronic waste (E-waste) is the most rapidly growing waste problem in the world, with toxic ingredients such as the lead, mercury or cadmium being released into the environment. The growing amount of computer waste is becoming an increasing problem with millions of devices becoming obsolete each year as the technology industry produces faster, better and less expensive equipment. Workers in China, pick apart computers from America to scavenge for the precious metals inside. People (including children), with little or no protection against hazardous materials, burn plastics and circuit boards or pour acid onto electronic parts to extract silver and gold filling the air with carcinogenic smoke and polluting the water.
China E-waste Clipreel
1 Jan, 2005
China E-waste Clipreel
Electronic Waste in China
8 Mar, 2005
Electronic Waste in China
Li Jichun Soundbites
1 Jan, 2005
Li Jichun Soundbites
Electronic Waste in China
1 Jan, 2005
Electronic Waste in China
Electronic Waste in China
1 Jan, 2005
Electronic Waste in China
Laboratory Tests
1 Jan, 2005
Laboratory Tests
Dr. Xu Shantou Soundbite
1 Jan, 2005
Dr. Xu Shantou Soundbite
Electronic Waste in China
1 Jan, 2005
Electronic Waste in China
Child Sorting through e-waste
1 Jan, 2005
Child Sorting through e-waste
General Views of Hong Kong
1 Jan, 2005
General Views of Hong Kong
Choy So Yuk Soundbites
1 Jan, 2005
Choy So Yuk Soundbites
Edward Chan Soundbites
1 Jan, 2005
Edward Chan Soundbites
General Views of Guiyu
1 Jan, 2005
General Views of Guiyu
E-waste Dump in China
1 Jan, 2005
E-waste Dump in China
Circuit Boards and Water Pollution
1 Jan, 2005
Circuit Boards and Water Pollution
Burning E-waste
1 Jan, 2005
Burning E-waste
Electronic Waste in Hong Kong
1 Jan, 2005
Electronic Waste in Hong Kong
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