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A Look Inside The Hellscape Of One Of The World’s Largest Electronic Waste Dumps

"It’s basically 24 hours a day, seven days a week, of burning old electronics to remove the plastics, and get small amounts of metal that can be salvaged and resold," says David Fedele. The Australian filmmaker spent three months at this Ghanaian mega-dump, the world’s second largest graveyard for electronic waste while making his documentary E-Wasteland. “It’s in a constant state of dark toxic smoke, and the smell is unimaginable and never-ending.”