Part of a Dell computer monitor in a Chinese e-waste scrap yard.
Part of a Apple computer in a Chinese e-waste scrap yard.
Apple computer keyboard in a pile of keyboards at a Chinese e-waste scrap yard.
Part of a Compaq monitor at a Chinese e-waste scrap yard. Compaq merged with Hewlett Packard in 2002.
Part of a Compaq computer at a Chinese e-waste scrap yard. Compaq merged with Hewlett Packard in 2002.
Greenpeace today presented new evidence that sites in Hong Kong's northern New Territories were being used as 'staging points' for the illegal cross-border trade in hazardous electronic waste (e-waste). China enacted a law last year prohibiting...
Greenpeace uncovers electronic waste (e-waste) storage area in Hong Kong's northern New Territories. E-waste traders use Hong Kong as a 'staging post' for e-waste from developed countries before transporting across the border into mainland China...
Chinese women dismantle computer circuit boards in an e-waste scrap yard. After sorting the circuit boards they will be burned over open fires to extract metals. The smelting releases large amounts of poisonous gases.
A migrant child from Henan province holds up a piece of e-waste. It was once a Nokia computer screen, now dumped in China and dismantled by poor unprotected migrant workers.
A Chinese child sits on a pile of hazardous e-waste.
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