Every year in the UAE, thousands of cars are abandoned and left to rust, some eventually being shipped abroad to be melted down. Now, the UAE emirate of Sharjah has found a way to recycle these discarded motors, turning them into scrap metal in the process. Once any recoverable items have been removed, the vehicle's metal carcasses are lifted into what's called the Red Giant. A powerful shredding machine, it's able to shred 60 tonnes of car bodies to pieces in an hour. But before the car bodies are shredded anything of value needs to be removed. Migrant workers from India, Bangladesh and Pakistan toil in the heat, removing windscreens, rubber, tyres, lights, engines and radiators. I spent some days at the Bee'ha Recycling Centre in 2014 and 2015.