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Assessment of the Perception and Knowledge of Chemical Hazards Associated with the Handling and Disposal of Computer Waste in Kumasi, Ghana

Assessment of the Perception and Knowledge of Chemical Hazards Associated with the Handling and Disposal of Computer Waste in Kumasi, Ghana

Exposure to toxic computer waste chemical constituents is epidemiologically linked to a range of developmental and adult diseases, yet exposure-prone rudimentary techniques remain the mainstay operational modes of the informal computer waste management sector in Ghana. This study specifically assessed previously unexplored associations between worker awareness level of adverse health risk and worker adherence to exposure limitation occupational practices and broadly highlighted the contextual socioeconomic factors that underpins Ghana’s longstanding primitive computer waste management practices.

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