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A boy in Guiyu holds the front frame of a discarded Nokia monitor. CRT monitors are considered an environmental and health hazard because their tubes and glass can contain several pounds of lead.
This piece of electronics scrap, found near a factory in Guiyu, shows an ownership tag from the New York Stock Exchange. Greenpeace and the Computer TakeBack Campaign say vast amounts of gear are routinely, and often illegally, shipped to poorer countries with lower environmental standards.
A piece of an NEC product at a Chinese electronics scrapyard.