Environmental & Analytical Toxicology

ISSN: 2161-0525

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Mir Tareque Ali

Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh

  • Case Report   
    Evaluation of Present Ship Recycling Scenario and Oppurtunity for Bangladesh
    Author(s): Golam Mohiuddin*, Khandokar Akhter Hossain and Mir Tareque Ali

    Ship recycling is a rapidly developing global industry that involves dismantling and scrapping ships when they are no longer usable. Every year 1000 old ships are recycled for scrap, with South Asia being the hub of this thriving ship breaking and recycling market. In Bangladesh, the industry began with the dismantling of stranded vessels and has since become a lucrative enterprise. The industry is an invaluable source of jobs and prosperity for many people living in poverty-stricken regions. Coastal zone management greatly suffers from the global shipping industry, particularly from environmental deterioration, legal obligations and labour issues. Shockingly, India, Bangladesh & Pakistan are the frontrunners in this industry. Despite certain restrictions limitations, the ship recycling industry of Bangladesh has been significantly contributing to the country's Gross.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2161-0525.2022.13.711

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