Next month is World Environment Day; the United Nations' flagship environmental event celebrated by more than 100 countries around the world. As one of the biggest producers of e-waste, the computer industry has a pretty big responsibility when it comes to recycling. Thankfully, a lot of progress has been made already, as the following images can attest. Check out the rest of the gallery for a glimpse inside electronic waste recycling plants from across the globe -- from China's massive Green Eco-Manufacture plant to Australia's own Reverse Garbage Co-Op factory. (Click images to enlarge.)
[Photo credit: STR/AFP/Getty Images]
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