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One significant problem that e-waste creates is unfair and unhealthy labor environments. The e-waste from North America is often shipped to under-developed nations for processing, typically employing children and elderly women, who strip the carcinogenic materials from the re-usable materials. They are not paid well either.
Another problem e-wastes present is the risk of contamination. Many electronics that are disposed of contain hazardous wastes, predominantly lead and mercury, that we would not want running off into nearby bodies of water or agricultural systems.
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