Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Zaboor-Khan-Separating-E-Waste-in-his-Workshop-27MZIFL685LF.htmlConceptually similarZaboor Khan in His Workshop with E-WasteGP01J9NCompleted★★★★Circuit Boards in Zaboor Khan's Workshop.GP01J9OCompleted★★★★Omar Sharif and Asad Ali Collect E-WasteGP01J9BCompleted★★★★Omar Sharif and Asad Ali Work for a Scrap YardGP01J9DCompleted★★★★ Wires and Cables are Brought to the Lyari River Before Being Set AlightGP01J9ICompleted★★★★Teenager has Black Hands from Burning E-Waste in KarachiGP01J9PCompleted★★★★Ehsam Emad and Wasim Khan Collect Metals Near the Lyari River.GP01J8WCompleted★★★★Ilyas Works in the Riverbed Burning off E-WasteGP01J9ACompleted★★★★Gold Smelter Mohammed FahimGP01J9KCompleted★★★★View AllGP01J8ZZaboor Khan Separating E-Waste in his WorkshopZaboor Khan (14) separating e-waste in his workshop. His income has bought the family a fridge, washing machine, tv and cd-player. His income is also used to cover education expenses of his siblings who couldn't afford school before Zaboor started his job.Locations:Asia-Karachi-Lyari-PakistanDate:14 Aug, 2008Credit:© Robert Knoth / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4500px X 4500pxKeywords:Electronic waste-Electronic waste workers-Electronics-KWCI (GPI)-Poverty-Shanty towns-Toxics (campaign title)-Waste disposalShoot:Toxics E-Waste Documentation in PakistanIn the Karachi district of Lyari, hundreds of workers, including teenage children, earn their livelihoods by dismantling electronic scrap and extracting valuable components such as copper to sell. This is an insight into the personal cost of e-waste. Thousands of tons of e-waste such as discarded PCs, mobile phones and TVs, are dumped in Africa and Asia every year. Greenpeace research shows that some of this waste is exported from Europe to Pakistan.