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BANGLADESH CHITTAGONG MADHOM BIBIR HAT OCT00 - The son of a supervisor talks on his walkie-talke, supervising the labourers. His job is to ensure that none of the ship's fittings 'disappear' from the site...Several thousand labourers work on one medium-sized (50,000 ton) ship for a period of around three months, until it is completely dismantled and taken apart. ..Since Bangladesh does not possess mineral resources such as iron ore, it works out more cost-efficient to employ a large army of day-labourers to recycle the scrapped ships rather than to import ore. On average, a labourer can expect to earn a little more than 1 US Dollar per day...jre/Photo by Jiri Rezac..© Jiri Rezac 2000..Contact: +44 (0) 7050 110 417.Mobile: +44 (0) 7801 337 683.Office: +44 (0) 20 8968 9635..Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.Web: www.jirirezac.com..© All images Jiri Rezac 2000 - All rights reserved.
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DESTRUCTION THIRD WORLD SUBCONTINENT SHIPBREAKING SHIP RECYCLING METAL MANUAL LABOUR INDUSTRY Destruction industry industrial recycling ship shipbreaking subcontinent third world shipbreaker bangladesh chittagong Beach toxic Pollution worker work Manual iron Metal Business scale Environment Environmental Poverty Migrant Vessel Vessels workforce labourers labourer
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