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Bangalore city generates 18,000 tons of WEEE per year, thousands of which are landed illegally every year . In Lagos State, Nigeria, near an open dump site where WEEE and used batteries are disposed of with MSW, the heavy metal concentrations in well water and soil were investigated during the dry season . Results reported that concentrations in wells were Pb 2.77 mg L−1, Cd 0.035 mg L−1, Zn 0.948 mg L−1, Cr 0.520 mg L−1 and Ni 1.45 mg L−1, while Ni Amazing they tried to bury us but they didnt know african american woman posterconcentrations in soils ranged from 35.45 mg kg−1 at a depth of 15–30 cm in the wet season to 85.43 mg kg−1 at a depth of 0–15 cm in the dry season. The elevated level of metals in the well water are correlated with the metal input from leachates resulting from the dumping of WEEE. In fact, significant levels of Pb and Ni were found in well and tap water at the residences, while the concentrations of heavy metals decreased when the sampling distances from the dumpsite increased . Moreover, concentrations of lead, chrome and nickel are generally higher than the ones reviewed in studies conducted near MSW open dumps , suggesting that the presence of high amounts of WEEE is cause of heavy metal pollution of water bodies and soils. Developing countries are producing WEEE double than developed countries. It is also estimated that the developing and developed countries will discard 400–700 million obsolete computers by 2030.
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