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E-Zombie Apocalypse Action in Mexico 

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Two Greenpeace Mexico activists unveiled a 60mts long triangular banner at the Muelle de Los Muertos in Puerto Vallarta reading “Peligro: eZombies fuera de control” (Danger: eZombies out of control).
This non-violent protest aims to alert the Mexican population about the environmental and health risks posed by the Analog Blackout (Apagón Analógico) - the switch from the analog to digital TV signal that is being led by the Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT) (Secretary of Communications and Transport). It is estimated that more than 40 million TVs could end up in waste sites or get recycled informally with no control over their management and environmental impact, leading to pollution of water sources or heavy metals and other chemicals entering the soil. Greenpeace Mexico is calling for an adequate plan for these televisions. 
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