Patterns appear on a printed circuit board from a computer undergoing recycling June 4, 2007 in Sydney Australia. Modern machines such as computers and personal entertainment devices are being recycled by the Reverse Garbage Co-Op in Sydney's West, preventing them from ending up in landfill sites. The mother-boards and other usable materials are removed and re-used in re-built machines, and also sold on to artists for artwork. The so-called 'E-Waste' from such machines is currently growing at over three times the rate of general municipal waste in Australia. [Photo credit: Ian Waldie/Getty Images]
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