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This year's e-waste to outweigh Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is the world's heaviest human construction, and e-waste is projected to outweigh it. Image: William Olivieri/Unsplash

Olivia Rosane
Freelance Reporter, Ecowatch
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EcoWatch illustration representing electronic waste compared to the size of the Great Wall of China.
This illustration shows the magnitude of electronic waste on the planet, which is even larger than the Great Wall of China. Image: Devon Gailey
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