A man counts his money after selling recycled air-conditioning units to a vendor in the yard of a tenement house at Dongxiaokou village in Beijing May 18, 2014. On the outskirts of Beijing lies ... more 
A man counts his money after selling recycled air-conditioning units to a vendor in the yard of a tenement house at Dongxiaokou village in Beijing May 18, 2014. On the outskirts of Beijing lies Dongxiaokou village, a major centre for recycling old electronic goods, or e-waste. Discarded electrical and electronic products, from abandoned air-conditioners to refrigerators, are collected and recycled mostly by migrant workers who either repair them or sell them on as scrap. Those in the business in Dongxiaokou grapple with poor infrastructure and sanitation facilities, in addition to dangers associated with handling e-waste. The village is now facing demolition to make way for an ambitious urbanisation plan, and residents are worried about losing their homes and work. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight on June 5, which marks World Environment Day. Picture taken May 18, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 22 OF 25 FOR PACKAGE 'ENVIRONMENT DAY - CHINA'S E-WASTE VILLAGE' TO FIND ALL IMAGES SEARCH 'DONGXIAOKOU' less 
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