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After watching people expose themselves to toxic materials while scavenging through a Ghanese e-waste dump, 22-year-old engineer Rachel Field created the Bicyclean, a standing bike modified to pulverize electronic waste into tiny pieces. Now in contention for a James Dyson award, the Bicyclean requires no external electricity and is built entirely from components that can easily be sourced in Ghana, making it an ideal solution for locals whose livelihoods depend on precious metals salvaged from the dump.