GOOD Magazine (2007) – an overview of e-waste issues. (1 min 46 sec)
http://good.is/ GOOD Magazine: E-Waste Animation by Ian Lynam Music by E*Rock Needing to chuck your old electronics? The Basel Action Network, who contributed documentary footage to this video, compiled a list of Responsible Recyclers that will not export your old computer. Check out their list here: www.ban.org/pledge1.html
Factory City, Discovery Channel (2009) – EUPA’s huge appliance manufacturing factory in China employing 17,000 workers. (44 min 45 sec)
They live there. They eat there. Their children attend school there. But most of all, they work there. They are the 17,000 employees of EUPA, a “Factory City” in the southeast corner of China. EUPA’s massive workforce pumps out 15 million irons per year, millions of sandwich grills, microwaves, coffee makers and blenders.
Exporting Harm: The High-Tech Trashing of Asia, Basel Action Network (2002) – a seminal video highlighting the e-waste problem. (23 min 3 sec)
A powerful documentary about the dumping of toxic computer wastes on developing nations, specifically Guiyu, China. To learn how you can prevent your electronics from ending up in a toxic dump site, please choose an e-Stewards certified recycler in your area. Visit http://e-stewards.org to learn more. http://www.e-stewards.org http://www.ban.org
E-Waste Hell, SBS Dateline (2011) – focuses on e-waste exported from Australia to Ghana. (17 m 44 sec)
How are the west’s ‘recycled’ TVs and computers ending up in a toxic dump in Ghana? Dateline investigates the trade in e-waste which is poisoning a once picturesque part of Africa. For more on Giovana Vitola’s story, go to the SBS Dateline website… http://bit.ly/oxkPWT
The E-waste Tragedy, Media3.14 (2014) – documents the illegal dumping of e-waste in developing countries. ( 2 min 45 sec)
This is “THE E-WASTE TRAGEDY – opening sequence” by media314 on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Amnesty International (2016) This is what we die for: Child labour in the DRC cobalt mine. (8 min 2 sec)
This film documents the hazardous conditions in which artisanal miners, including thousands of children, mine cobalt in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It goes on to trace how this cobalt is used to power mobile phones, laptop computers, and other portable electronic devices.