Trade in secondhand electrical and electronic equipment (SHEEE) and waste electrical and electronic equipment (e-waste or WEEE) from developed to developing countries is a growing environmental issue owing to concerns about the improper reuse and recycling of these goods in developing countries. Although the transboundary flow of SHEEE and e-waste cannot be estimated accurately from statistical data because of smuggling and statistical constraints, we know that considerable quantities of e-waste are exported from industrialized countries to developing and industrializing countries in Asia (1, 2, 3).