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GUIYU, CHINA - MARCH 26: A worker sorts through stripped computer boards March 26, 2008 in Guiyu, China. Since the late 1980's, e-waste from developed countries has been imported to China and broken down at Guiyu. The city comprises 21 villages with 5,500 family workshops handling e-waste. According to the local government Web site, city businesses process 1.5 million tons of e-waste a year, pulling in $75 million in revenue. As much as 80 percent of it comes from overseas. (Photo by Jim Xu/Getty Images)

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