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Toxic E-Waste Recycling in India 

Toxic E-Waste Recycling in India 

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01/18/2002 
Greenpeace International is set to release a report of its scientific investigations into the hazardous chemicals found in the scrap yards where electronic waste is recycled in China and India. The results from analyzing the dust from workshops, as well as waste water, soil and sediment from local rivers show conclusively that all stages in processing the e-waste enable toxic chemicals, including heavy metals, to be released into the workplace and into the surrounding environment. 
Toxic E-Waste at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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Children Recycling E-Waste in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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Toxic E-Waste at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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Toxic E-Waste at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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Toxic E-Waste at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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A Child Recycles E-Waste in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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CRT Recycling at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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Toxic E-Waste at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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CRT Recycling at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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CRT Recycling at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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A Child Recycles Scrap Metal in Delhi
18 January, 2002 
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A Boy Recycles E-Waste in Delhi
20 January, 2002 
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Toxic E-Waste at Yard in Delhi
11 August, 2005 
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