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 A DEADLY CONSEQUENCE OF THE SHIPBREAKING INDUSTRY: HEALTH HAZARDS FACED BY WORKERS WORKING IN THE YARDS OF INDIA, PAKISTAN AND BANGLADESH


    Author(s):  GHAZALA ZUBAIR  
Abstract

The fast-paced development in the global drive of wastes has provided fuel to numerous debates and worries about well-being for nature. Globalization has offered to ascend to different financial exercises regarding both creation and utilization, prompting a fast increment in waste generation everywhere throughout the world. The industrial revolution has expanded the utilization and contact of hazardous substances. The term hazardous wastes, for the most part, is utilized synonymously with the terms lethal or unsafe wastes and is ordinarily comprehended as indicating wastes that are really or possibly hurtful to human well-being or the earth because of certain antagonistic attributes or particular segments of the wastes.


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