Exporting Harm: The High-Tech Trashing of Asia

A powerful documentary about the dumping of toxic computer wastes on developing nations, specifically Guiyu, China.

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35 thoughts on “Exporting Harm: The High-Tech Trashing of Asia”

  1. yeah shipping toxic waste is illegal but shipping "2nd hand electronics" is just absolutely fine! what a fucking joke…. we are such a doomed species

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  2. This is why all electronics these days are trash. It costs pennies to make the chips brand new but the Chinese government has no organizational infrastructure so all these burned / hammered electronics get sold to manufacturers on Aliba… then Ebay & Amazon resellers buy YOUR GARBAGE and SELL IT BACK TO YOU which you buy like a fuckin idiot. The United States needs to stop exporting e-waste to China >>>IMMEDIATELY.

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  3. Other e-waste comes also from Asian countries like South Korea and Japan and 'export' them in developing Asian countries like the Philippines.

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  4. Im sure it's not plausible but what if we just load up a rocket with our waste and shoot it at the sun?

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  5. Apple produces a shit load of e-waste selling the latest and greatest every fucking year, those who need a new phone or piece of tech every year should fuck off, keep it as long as you can until it dies then recycle it appropriately

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  6. As long as the signers of this treaty apply the same rules to their end use of the burning of fossil fuels in manufactured hard goods… they have room to talk. Moving hard goods from point A to B at a local level. For instance, the disposal of textiles. Liquid containers, et cetera… straps that hold groups of boxes together. Fibre-optic cable disposal.

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  7. Re-use the plastics. Mix it into asphalt for roads. Mix it into concrete (has to be low-grade rated concrete). Sheesh, make masonry bricks out of it for re-use. Auto-body parts?

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  8. Not being funny but why would you put something you had no idea about into irrigation canals. Not being arrogant, but why?

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  9. What are the MEGA high-tec businesses doing about this? Their blatant profit methods completely disregard the environmental costs for their products. They are turning a blind eye to where their products end up. This problem is escalating because their products are intentionally designed to become tech-obsolete after shorter and shorter time periods.

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  10. despues de fundir el material incinerado…podrias describir que se adiciona para llegar al oro….gracias

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  11. Wow. This is some fraud here. First part of video is his but the second part belongs to another video that they smelt using lead and cupel and the source is jewlery sweeps, he just used their video to attach it to his, so you buy his videos amazing scam.

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  12. ตัดต่อคลิปเนียนดีครับ

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  13. gostei muinto desse vidio pena que vcs estao longe porque seria uma boa se vcs pudessem dar aula pr nos que estamos interessados no assunto aqui vcs sao de onde

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  14. ระวังสารพิษนะค่ะ ไอกรด สารโลหะหนัก ล้วนๆเห็นเเล้วเป็นห่วง

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  15. In another video you show putting the ic parts in Sulfuric Acid and heating. Could you have done the same thing with these ic's ?

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