• Villagers stand among piles of e-waste in the village of Sangrampur, located south of Kolkata in northeast India. Globally, an estimated 50 million tons of e-waste are produced annually, and much of it ends up in countries like India. November, 2013
  • In the village of Sangrampur, a young girl carries electronic waste, which she will deliver to her family nearby who recycle e-waste as a source of income. Kolkata, India. November, 2013
  • Three boys stand near e-waste discarded at the side of a small pond in Sangrampur. As electronic waste is broken down, harmful elements such as mercury, lead and arsenic leach into the soil and water, resulting in the long-term poisoning of local resources. India. November, 2013
  • A young Indian girl in the village of Sangrampur which collects e-Waste from nearby Kolkata, India. November, 2013
  • A young boy sits in a small store in the village of Sangrampur which collects e-Waste from nearby Kolkata, India. November, 2013
  • In the village of Sangrampur, a young boy carries an old computer monitor, which he will deliver to villagers nearby who recycle e-waste as a source of income. Kolkata, India. November, 2013
  • In the village of Sangrampur, a young girl carries a circuit board, which she will deliver to her family nearby who recycle e-waste as a source of income. Kolkata, India. November, 2013
  • A child walks past a pile of discarded computer monitors in the village of Sangrampur, south of Kolkata. The village's main activity is the breakdown and recycling of many different types of e-waste. India. November, 2013
  • A young girl walks barefoot over e-waste, which her family is breaking down to recycle in the village of Sangrampur, near Kolkata. India. November, 2013
  • A man holds recycled electronics in his hands in the village of Sangrampur, located south of Kolkata in northeast India. Globally, an estimated 50 million tons of e-waste are produced annually, and much of it ends up in countries like India. November, 2013
  • In the village of Sangrampur, a woman sorts e-waste as her child stands nearby, collected for recycling and reselling in nearby Kolkata, India. November, 2013
  • In the village of Sangrampur, a young girl carries circuit boards, which she will deliver to her family nearby who recycle e-waste as a source of income. Kolkata, India. November, 2013
  • Children play barefoot near discarded piles of e-waste in the village of Sangrampur near Kolkata, India. November, 2013
  • A child stands near piles of e-waste in the village of Sangrampur which collects wage from the nearby city of Kolkata in north-east India. November, 2013
  • Piles of used electronics in a village near Kolkata whose residents recycle E-Waste.<br />
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  • A man sorts through E-Waste in a used electronics market in central Kolkata.<br />
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  • Pollution in a small village near Kolkata whose residents recycle E-Waste.<br />
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  • Battery chargers in a bag in a small near Kolkata whose residents recycle E-Waste.<br />
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  • People sift through used electronics in a village near Kolkata which recycle e-waste.<br />
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  • A man holds used transistors in a village near Kolkata whose residents recycle E-Waste.<br />
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  • Small circuit boards in a bag in a village near Kolkata whose residents recycle E-Waste.<br />
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  • Workers recycling E-Waste in the Chandni Chowk electronics market in Kolkata.<br />
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  • Secondhand electronics dealers collect old computer monitors in the Chandni Chowk market in central Kolkata. India. November, 2013
  • Secondhand electronics dealers collect old computer monitors in the Chandni Chowk market in central Kolkata. India. November, 2013
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