'Women and children especially are keenly interested in this character.
In neighbouring Punjab province, where over half of Pakistan's population lives, the Environment Protection Department openly acknowledges the shortfalls, stating on its website: "Environmental legislation is still not well developed in Pakistan, especially in comparison to the developed world.
We get nothing," said Yaargul Khan, 14, older brother of Ishaq.
Even as child labour remains rampant in Pakistan, almost 5.2 million people; including four million children, die each year from waste-related diseases in Pakistan.
Burning these materials is even worse: A burning computer releases dioxins, lead, chromium and other toxic substances.
Ali has no choice in the matter, and no gear to protect him from the fumes.