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A hulking oil tanker stands with its bow removed on Gadani beach This particular ship had tons of steel. A ship this big take. Abandoned Ships, Abandoned Places, Ship Breaking, Oil Tanker, Merchant Marine, Tug Boats, Shipwreck, World Of Color, Urban Planning

Ship-breaking at Gadani

Pakistan’s Gadani ship-breaking yard is one of the world's largest ship breaking operations. The yard is located on ...

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Michael Freeman Photography | Alang shipbreaking

Indian shipbreakers walking back from a beached vessel along its anchor chains. The eastern coast of Gujarat is a site for the dangerous and low-paid business of breaking up large ships.

Chittagong Ship Breaking Yard is located in Bangladesh, and is the world's second-largest ship breaking area. The ship breaking takes place in the Fauzdarhat area along the 11 mile Sitakunda coastal strip, 12 miles north-west of Chittagong. Abandoned Ships, Abandoned Places, Ship Breaking, Arthus Bertrand, Mangrove Forest, Bay Of Bengal, Buy Used Cars, Used Car Parts, Andreas Gursky

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 Ship breaking or ship demolition is a type of ship disposal involving the breaking up of ships for scrap recycling. Abandoned Ships, Abandoned Places, Bangladesh Travel, Ship Breaking, Merchant Marine, Asia Travel, Vacation Travel, Shipwreck, World Best Photos

Ship Breaking Industry - In Coma

From $750 to $200 for salvaged steel, will the ship breaking industry survive?

Digital bangladesh vision 2021 essay writing Write a short composition on Digital Bangladesh: দৈনিক ইত্তেফাক 24 Dec 2012 Origin of Digital Vision: On the eve of the election. Abandoned Ships, Abandoned Places, Ship Breaking, Green Initiatives, Recycling Process, Human Rights Issues, Environmental Justice, End Of Life, Shipwreck

End of Life: The Human Cost of Breaking Ships

This is a joint report by Greenpeace and the International Federation of Human Rights Leagues (FIDH), that aims to shed light on the extremely poor working and environmental conditions that are still prevailing at shipbreaking yards all over the world. We illustrate this by using the specific examples of the two biggest shipbreaking countries: India and Bangladesh. Shipbreaking involves environmental justice as well as human rights issues. This is why, for the first time, Greenpeace and FIDH…

Workers break up a ship at Gadani ship-breaking yard in Karachi, Pakistan, the biggest of its type in the world Ship Breaking, Shipwreck, Submarines, World's Biggest, Battleship, Titanic, 2 In, Cruise, Scrap

World's biggest ship graveyard - where huge tankers and cruise liners are scrapped on the shorefront and workers toil for £2 a day

Every morning hundreds of workers from nearby squatter settlements swarm the 10-kilometre stretch of sandy beach at Gadani in Pakistan.

Not a drop wasted: A barrel of oil salvaged from a tanker is rolled onto a lifting truck to be sold at market Ship Breaking, World's Biggest, Sandy Beaches, Ship Wreck, Cruise, Submarines, Barrel, Boats, Ships

World's biggest ship graveyard - where huge tankers and cruise liners are scrapped on the shorefront and workers toil for £2 a day

Every morning hundreds of workers from nearby squatter settlements swarm the 10-kilometre stretch of sandy beach at Gadani in Pakistan.

This is a bulk carrier was waiting to be scrapped and the hatches where open. Ship Breaking, Merchant Marine, Shipwreck, Paddle, Abandoned, The Past, Ships, Luigi, Travel

This is a bulk carrier was waiting to be scrapped and the hatches where open.

World's biggest ship graveyard - where huge tankers and cruise liners are scrapped on the shorefront and workers toil for a day Ship Breaking, Great Lakes Ships, Abandoned Ships, World's Biggest, Sandy Beaches, 2 In, Cruise, Landscape, Day

World's biggest ship graveyard - where huge tankers and cruise liners are scrapped on the shorefront and workers toil for £2 a day

Every morning hundreds of workers from nearby squatter settlements swarm the 10-kilometre stretch of sandy beach at Gadani in Pakistan.

Credit: Rex Features People employed by the dismantling companies take apart the giant carcasses, which contain asbestos and other toxic materials, without protective clothing or proper equipment Ship Breaking, Take Apart, Water Crafts, Marines, New York Skyline, Environment, Yard, Human Rights, Pictures

Inside the shipbreaking yards of Chittagong - in pictures

The shipbreaking industry in Bangladesh has been condemned for exposing low-paid workers to asbestos and polluting the environment

Young Bangladeshi ship-breakers claiming to be the minimum working age of who make a dangerous living from dismantling old cargo carriers and tanker. Ship Breaking, Cultures Du Monde, Black Sand, People Of The World, National Geographic, Cool Photos, Amazing Photos, Photo Galleries, Racing

May 2014

The Ship-Breakers of Bangladesh. These ship-breakers claim to be 14, the minimum legal age to work in the yards. Photograph by Mike Hettwer

Rescue workers walk near the burning oil tanker at the ship-breaking yard in Gaddani, Pakistan, November REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro Ship Breaking, Oil Tanker, Sailing Adventures, Pakistani, November 2, Beaches, Boats, Scrap, Ships

PHOTOS: Explosion at Pakistani Shipbreaker

At least 17 people have died and many more are still missing 24 hours after a series of explosions ripped through a beached oil tanker at a shipbreaking yard in Gaddani, Pakistan on Tuesday. The in…

NGO Shipbreaking Platform: Record-Breaking of End-of-Life Tonnage Scrapped on South Asian Beaches in 2018 Uk Companies, Ship Breaking, Merchant Marine, End Of Life, Filipina, Basel, People Around The World, Boats, Africa

Court Finds Dutch Shipping Company Illegally Sent Ships to India for Demolition

AMSTERDAM, March 15 (Reuters) – The Dutch shipping company Seatrade and two of its directors were found guilty by a Dutch court on Thursday of illegally sailing ships to India to have them de…