In April and June of 2013 I was in Ghana for the Responsible Recycling project. During those trips I had the privilege to visit Agbogbloshie, a scrap-dealers compound in Accra. Agbogbloshie, is home to about 5,000 workers, mostly from rural areas of Ghana. These men, women and children spend day and night collecting, breaking apart and sometimes re-assembling everything from your old Mazda 323 to mobile phones, laptops and refrigerators.
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