This comes from youngsters in Ghana’s capital, Accra, where thousands of tonnes of old computers and other assorted e-waste, is being dumped.
Many of the scrap parts from these old machines are saleable and metals like copper can fetch good prices, unfortunately the computer shells are commonly burned to extract them.
Burning exposes those trying to collect these precious commodities to toxic and chemical filled fumes and they are presenting serious health hazards to the local inhabitants.
E-waste is regularly exported from the UK and other countries to places like India and China and more recently, Ghana has joined them.
Watch BBC journalist Will Ross’s video report from Accra in Ghana here.
Find out how householders can responsibly dispose of old electrical equipment via the WEEE Directive here.