'Citizens at Risk'. A documentary on how e-waste is poisoning the path out of poverty for India's recyclersPhoto: Still from the documentary 'Citizens at Risk

'Citizens at Risk' is a 13-minute documentary by SVTC (USA), Chintan (India), and IMAK (India). It exposes the global exploitation of the poor by a consumerist society and indifferent, irresponsible manufacturers exporting from the United States and other countries.

'Citizens at Risk'. A documentary on how e-waste is poisoning the path out of poverty for India's recyclersPhoto: Still from the documentary 'Citizens at Risk

'Citizens at Risk' is a 13-minute documentary by Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC), Chintan Environmental Research and Action Group, an NGO from India, and IMAK. It exposes the global exploitation of the poor by a consumerist society and indifferent, irresponsible manufacturers exporting from the United States and other countries. The film was shot and produced in India and contains English narration. On YouTube you can find a five minute preview